Student and Professional Organizations

With hundreds of Drexel University student organizations and clubs available, College of Computing & Informatics (CCI) undergraduate and graduate students have the opportunity to follow their passions, apply their skills outside of the classroom and make new friends. Drexel students can also learn more about their career path and network through a number of professional organizations, many of which have student chapters on campus.

Below is a list of computing and information science-related clubs and organizations. A complete list of Drexel student organizations and clubs is available at DragonLink.

Undergraduate Student Organizations and Clubs

  • Drexel Smart House

    A student-led organization dedicated to promoting undergraduate research and public involvement in sustainability and advanced technologies through Drexel’s Race Street property.
  • Dragon’s Teach

    A student organization that provides students with the resources they need to teach in a variety of fields.
  • Drexel Cyber Dragons

    A club for students who want to learn more about cybersecurity and/or compete in collegiate competitions.
  • Drexel Women in Computing Society (WiCS)

    An organization tailored specifically to women in computing-related majors at Drexel University, aimed at supporting, recruiting and retaining women pursuing a degree in the field.
  • Drexel Hackathon and Coding Club

    A place for students to work on their coding skills in a casual environment.
  • Drexel University Virtual Reality

    A community of virtual reality enthusiasts in Philadelphia area colleges.
  • DUCSTeach

    A service organization that works to improve the technological and computer science literacy of schools in the Drexel/Philadelphia community.
  • TechServ

    Committed to bridging the Digital Divide in the Philadelphia area by refurbishing computers to donate to non-profit organizations in need.

Graduate Student Organizations and Clubs

Professional Organizations

Students have the opportunity to participate in professional organizations such as the following. Many of these associations have local chapters.

Student Chapters of Professional Organizations

Member of the Academic Alliance of the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT)

As an Academic Alliance (AA) member of NCWIT, CCI is one of 200 distinguished colleges and universities charged with implementing institutional change in higher education. For more information, please visit the Academic Alliance at NCWIT website.

CCI Faculty AA Representatives