AITP is a National professional organization founded in 1951. The FSU chapter is now the primary student organization in the College of Communication and Information. The AITP hosts events that encourage networking, mentoring, and socializing with fellow IT students and professionals.
Community Outreach Group
Community Outreach Group, also known as C.O.G., connects FSU to the local community through service and encourages volunteers to take on service leadership roles within C.O.G. and with organizations in the community. Find us on Facebook!
The FSU Cybersecurity Club is a rapidly growing student organization. Students gather to learn about issues and problems in technological, social, organizational, and cognitive aspects of cybersecurity. Various disciplines are supported, e.g., computer science, information technology, criminology, law, education, business, public administration, and healthcare, etc. Students advance their technical skills and knowledge through various national and international events like the Annual Southeast Regional Cyber Defense Competition, The National Cyber League, and the Cyber Security Awareness Week Conference, etc. It’s not just for computer geeks. If you are interested in information security, or just want to become more technical in the online environment, come check out the FSU Cybersecurity Club.
Lambda Pi Eta Honors Society
Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society supports the professional development, interests and academic pursuits. Learn More >>
The STARS Alliance aims to recruit underrepresented minorities to the field of computing. FSU is one of more than a dozen colleges and Universities participating in this effort in the Southeastern United States. STARS Alliance students are highly active in both the FSU and Tallahassee communities in a wide variety of programs on technology. These range from teaching computer skills to the elderly community to organizing and implementing a robotics camp for middle school children. Students are offered compensatory scholarships each semester.
Transfers Helping Transfers
Transfers Helping Transfers facilitates a mentorship relationship between past transfer students and new transfer students to allow a smoother transition to FSU and the student’s major. Find us on Twitter (@FSU_THT) or on Facebook.
WISE is a part of the STARS Alliance student group. The organization aims to provide opportunities in leadership and professional growth for women in IT. Students involved in WISE have the opportunity to obtain advice from experienced women in the field.