The Computer Science Undergraduate Society (CSUS) is a group
of students from McGill University.
Mainly, we try and represent the School of Computer Science's
undergraduate population to McGill and the community at large.
Live long and prosper
We as a collective aim to better McGill's Computer Science community by planning events and services for students, ranging from social events, to addressing student academic concerns.
We aim to develop a sense of community among McGill's Computer Science students, by holding pizza nights, organizing gaming tournaments, and co-hosting the wildly successful "Awkward Events" with Math and Physics.
In addition, we strive to cultivate an environment in which students can achieve their various academic goals, be that receiving help from our peer tutoring help desk or semester end crash courses, regular Research Talks by McGill's grad students, or connecting our students with business leaders through the Bi-Yearly TechFair.
The CSUS is a student-run organization, currently made up of 15 undergraduate Computer Science students. The Society represents the student body and all programs, from Joint Honours Statistics and Computer Science to the minor program.
We are the representatives of the computer science student body to administration, the Science Undergraduate Society, and the world at large. We intend to bridge the gap, and to raise any student concerns and hopefully solve them.
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Community is important. Developing a sense of community not only fosters a great undergraduate experience, but also enables the calibre that is expected of McGill Students.
In the future, we will continue to improve the experience of McGill undergraduate Computer Scientists not only by connecting them with each other and the community, but by also providing them a means to achieve their academic potential.Give us a shout if you have any ideas!
Have you been wondering what happened to the now-empty computer lab across from the bathrooms on the third floor of Trottier?
Do you feel that the third floor is more crowded and loud than it has been in the past?
Do you want Trottier to continue being an open study space for undergraduates?Then keep reading!
We're holding our semesterly (that's a word right?) tutorial sessions!
All tutorials are full 4 hours in length. They include a course book prepared by the Graduate Student Instructor / TA and a snack! Price is $25 per tutorial session attended.
More information is available through Facebook.Comp 202 Session 1 Comp 202 Session 2 Comp 206 Session 1 Comp 250 Session 1
Participating in hackathons is a great way for students to gain valuable programming experience as well as network with like-minded students and company representatives. Everyone from Google and Microsoft to smaller fast-growing startups are there willing to chat with you about your projects and handing out awesome swag.
Here are some tips for making the most of your hackathon experience:Keep Reading
Please, give us a shout if you are interested in working with us.
We are always looking for new ways to expand our partnerships, and host exciting new events
6:30-7:30pm Every Monday
Trottier Building, 3630 rue University, Montreal, Quebec Canada