Association of Computing Machinery (A.C.M.)
The ACM Chapter of Georgia College is for those interested in exploring the present and future possibilities in computing and learning more about how to use and develop computers. Some of our activities include coding competitions and small group seminars on current topics as well as casual video games and social interaction.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. J.F. Yao
Association for Information Systems (A.I.S.)
AIS offers opportunities for Information Technology leadership and education. The AIS Chapter of Georgia College sponsors a variety of events including guest lecturers and interactive weekend classes.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kevin Elder
The E-Commerce Club at Georgia College is focused on helping the local community build better businesses through the use of e-commerce. Students are given the opportunity to work directly with local businesses helping them implement e-commerce solutions. This club is made up of students from many majors, from computer science to marketing.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Bryan Marshall>
Georgia College Game Creators (GC)2
(GC)2 specializes in the development of video games. We are always willing to accept motivated students to join in our passion for video games and the industry. No experience is needed as we have several experienced upperclassmen who will be more than willing to give you the guidance to start making games.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Gita Phelps>
Georgia College Women in Technology (GC WIT)
GC WIT strives to progress the role of women in the tech industry and to better technology education opportunities for women at Georgia College.
Faculty Advisor: Caroline Collier >
Upsilon Pi Epsilon
The Delta Chapter of the Association is located in the Information Systems and Computer Science department at Georgia College & State University. The mission of UPE is to recognize academic excellence at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in the Computing and Information Disciplines. UPE is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies (ACHS).
Eligibility: Each fall we induct students at the undergraduate and graduate level. Students must rank in the top 35% of their class. Undergraduate students may have no less than a 3.0 GPA while graduate students are required to have at least a 3.5 GPA. Undergraduate students must be at least a sophomore and have completed a minimum of 15 semester hours of major courses. Graduate students must have completed at least 50% of the courses required for the degree.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Cathy Liu