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School of Computing Student Organizations


The UNF Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Chapter promotes knowledge and interest in the science, design, development, construction, languages, management, and application of modern computing. The chapter provides an opportunity for communication among people interested in computing through meetings, speaker presentations, and programming contests.

Association for Computing Machinery
UNF Student ACM Chapter
Faculty Advisor: Behrooz Seyed-Abbassi



The Association of Information Technology Professionals at UNF is a community of IT students focused on developing its members to their full potential as future professionals. As an AITP member, you will meet people working in your field of interest, learn about career and business opportunities, stay abreast of industry trends, polish your leadership skills, converge your technology skills with business skills and stay connected with the world of the new IT profession.

Association of Information Technology Professionals 
UNF Student AITP Chapter
Faculty Advisor: Roy Swapnoneel



The UNF Gaming and Application Development Club is open to all students at UNF and promotes interest in both professional and social uses of gaming and application development. GAD regularly holds “Lunch and Learn” events during the semester featuring guest speakers who address relevant topics with the gaming and application development field.

UNF Gaming and Application Development (GAD) Club
Faculty Advisor: Behrooz Seyed-Abbassi


IEEE Computer Society

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering-Computer Society is the world’s leading organization for computing professionals and offers excellent publications, conferences, technical journals, certifications and more. We strive to expose our student members to local professionals and activities that inspire and prepare them for their professional careers.

School of Computing IEEE Chapter
School of Engineering IEEE Chapter
Jacksonville IEEE Chapter
Faculty Advisor: James Littleton



Society for Women Advancing Technology (SWAT) Club
Faculty Advisor: Elise Marshall

Developing a community to encourage Women in Computing and IT majors and fields. Promoting academic and professional development, building professional relationships, and preparing for internship and career opportunities. Creating outreach opportunities, awareness, and connections within the community to advocate young women in computing.  

Upsilon Pi Epsilon

Computing Sciences has an effect on almost every aspect of contemporary life. Thus, it is the express purpose of Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) to promote the Computing Sciences and to encourage its contribution to the enhancement of knowledge and life. UPE strives to reach its goal by recognizing academic excellence at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in the Computing Sciences. UPE is an honor society and membership is by invitation only based on academic achievement.

International Honor Society for the Computing Sciences
Florida Epsilon (UNF Chapter)
Faculty Advisor: S. P. Ahuja  e-mail:

Visit the Student Government Agencies page to find out more about student groups (click on "Club Alliance").