Community Engaged Scholars in CS

Department of Computer ScienceUniversity of San Francisco

Announcements

Registration Open for CS 186

Posted Thursday Aug 08, 2019

See below for our Fall 2019 Community Engaged Scholars in CS Orientation schedule.

8:30am – 12:00pm Early Move In

University Center (UC), 5th Floor, OneCard Office
Your Assigned Residence Hall, Front Desk

If you are moving in to the dorms early on Sunday 8/11/2019, you should have already received instructions from our housing office.

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Registration Open for CS 186

Posted Thursday Jun 13, 2019

We are now opening up registration for our CS 186-02 Community Engaged CS course (formally titled “CS 101”) for incoming first-year CS majors.

This course provides a structured opportunity for students to learn and participate in the departmental and local technical communities on and off campus. The course features activities including guest speakers from the local tech industry; faculty research talks; presentations by the campus career center and similar organizations; field trips to local meetup events; and opportunities for students to socialize and build relationships with one another.

If you are interested, please email Sophie at sjengle@cs.usfca.edu with your name and student ID number.


Applications Closed for Fall 2019

Posted Wednesday May 08, 2019

We are no longer accepting applications for Fall 2019. Thanks to everyone that applied and shared their stories.


Applications Still Open

Posted Wednesday May 01, 2019

We are still accepting applications on a rolling basis for Fall 2019. See our How to Apply page for details on the application process, and contact ces@cs.usfca.edu if you have any questions.


Now Accepting Applications

Posted Monday Apr 01, 2019

We are now accepting applications for our Fall 2019 Community Engaged Scholars in Computer Science scholarship program!

To be eligible, applicants must be admitted as a full-time degree-seeking student in the CS major for Fall 2019, must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident, must qualify as low-income according to their submitted FAFSA, and must meet one of the GPA or test score cutoffs. See our How to Apply page for details.