Information for Students

Students at a Blockchain student organization meeting and students at a hackathon.

Student Organization

Association for Computing Machinery

ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, is the world's largest educational and scientific computing society, uniting educators, researchers and professionals to inspire dialogue, share resources and address the field's challenges. ACM strengthens the computing profession's collective voice through strong leadership, promotion of the highest standards, and recognition of technical excellence. ACM supports the professional growth of its members by providing opportunities for life-long learning, career development, and professional networking.

Student Organization

Cyber Security Club

The Cyber Security Club is a collaborative group, furthering the exchange of information, training, and the planning of events in order to improve community knowledge of the exploits used by those with malicious intent, and how we can protect against these vulnerabilities.

Student Organization

Game Developers Club

The Game Developers Club has five goals:

  • Enhance understanding and knowledge of game development
  • Learn together with like minded peers
  • Foster an environment that all skill levels can participate in
  • Having fun while maintaining a standard of excellence
  • Provide back to the community

Student Organization

Linux User Group

The goals of the Linux user group are to:

  • promote the use of the Linux operating system and other open source software,
  • provide a venue for students to gain experience giving technical presentations,
  • provide a forum for students to learn about new aspects of Linux and open source software, and
  • promote fellowship among students who participate in the group.

Student Organization

Mavericks Blockchain Society

We are focused on building the organization by creating a learning environment for all students through our workshops, host tech talks and guest speakers and participate in networking competitions and conventions. Essentially, members will form teams and work on projects that are intended to impact the life and experience on campus. Our students are currently working on Blockchain projects, Cloud Computing Softwares, Machine Learning Algorithms, Deep Learning, Python, Web Applications, Android to name a few.

Student Organization


Mobi is a mobile and web development student organization teaching students real-world development skills. Through workshops at Mobi Learn, we teach students how to make apps, games, and websites. After Mobi Learn, we make projects in social coding and go to hackathons.

Commencement and Graduation

Any student wishing to be awarded their degree must apply for graduation via their MyMav Student Service Center. Students must apply for graduation to receive their degree, regardless of whether they plan to attend the commencement ceremony. Commencement ceremonies are handled exclusively by the Dean’s Office. Students who are awarded their degree in a summer term are invited to participate in the following fall commencement ceremonies.