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Our goal is to help you have a positive and successful experience as you progress through your degree program. College can seem complicated at times, so we are providing you some information to help you navigate campus life. (However, as it is ever evolving, we may have missed something.) If you have questions or need one-on-one assistance, stop by the department office or send an e-mail to email@example.com. The office is located on the 2nd floor of the Mathematical and Computer Sciences Building (MSB) in room 241, just around the corner from the Mathematics office. We can also be reached by calling 330-672-9980 between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM Monday through Friday.
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Kent Association for Computing Machinery, Student Chapter
Whether your are an undergraduate student or a graduate student, a great way to meet other students in the Department is to join a student organization! One of the professional societies in computer science is the KSU Student Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). For more information on this organization contact the Computer Science Department.
If you want to get involved and meet new students, another great student organization at Kent State University is HacKSU. One of HacKSU's major projects is to host the annual Hackathon - a popular event with participants from colleges all around the region. HacKSU also supports the IS/IT Meet and Greet for students and employers held in the fall semester. HacKSU is for students that want to learn more about a wide variety of technologies. Check out their website for more information on what they do and when they meet!