Student Organizations

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ACM@LSU is a local chapter of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM). ACM@LSU advocates for computer science and the students who study it. The organization holds community meetings every few weeks to let students study together and form connections. It also invites technology companies to present information about their firms and connect with students.


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Women in Computer Science at LSU (WICS LSU)

WICS focuses on providing a space for women studying computer science to find support and encouragement and hosting educational and social events like technological workshops and panels. You can contact WICS at


Students controlling robot on platform

Bengal Reauxbotics

Based on the popular FIRST Robotics Competition, Bengal Reauxbotics unites students interested in robots and robotics and expands their interests through the opportunity to build and compete in robotics competitions while learning leadership and teamwork skills. Bengal Reauxbotics accepts students of all minors. You can contact Bengal Reauxbotics at


Man giving presentation to classroom of Developer Student Club members

Developer Student Club (DSC)

This club acts as a connection between LSU Tigers and Google Developers. Gain industry relevant skills from our weekly hands-on workshops, events and our Google Solutions Challenge. Get a chance to connect with people at Google. You can contact DSC at


In addition, there are over 500 student groups and many other ways to get involved at LSU.