ACM is the student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery is advancing the science and application of information technology by providing students with real world information through guest speakers, workshops, seminars, projects, and other activities. Learn more about ACM.
Micro Mouse is an international collegiate competition where autonomous robots compete to solve and run a maze in the shortest possible time. The Micro Mouse is an extensive joint project between many of the engineering fields, including Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. Learn more about Micro Mouse
EAT strives to provide an environment for new ideas in the field of embedded appliances, to form a bridge from education to innovation. Join EAT and Explore the exciting world of embedded Internet appliances. Learn more about EAT.
The CECS ACM Programming Team is sponsored by the student chapter of ACM. The team represents CSULB in the annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest. Contact Steven Gold for more information
Beachsort Technologies aims to provide useful real-world Computer Science/Engineering projects in a business manner that enhance skills and complements education. Student members will enjoy a number of projects and special member events which includes: seminars, faculty/student mixers, luncheons, contests and other events that offer a vast array of networking opportunities. Learn more about BT.
Associated Engineering Student Body is home to the many student organizations within the College of Engineering at California State University, Long Beach. Every student should try to be an active member of a student organization! Check out the list of our student organizations and join the one that pertains to your interests or field of study.