Our Mission

The Association for Computing Machinery is a UT chapter of the national ACM, and exists to create a community among Computer Science students and anyone interested in technology. ACM holds events that serve its members and the community, and is focused on the advancement of computer science studies and research, furthering computing as a profession and a science.

Our Vision

Our vision is to become the premier UTCS org by offering a welcoming community for success by offering transformative social, academic, and professional experiences.

What We Do


General Meetings

Enjoy free food, listen to ACM's announcements, and take a break to mingle with friends and do fun activities.


Tech Talks

Meet company recruiters and learn about their company


Intramural Sports

Play sports with friends, get active, have fun!


CS101

CS101 workshops aim to teach students about basic CS and development topics like how to use Linux, SSH, Git and more.


Freshmen Social

Hang out with ACM by grabbing dinner together: make friends and meet upperclassmen!


Gaming Nights

Play videogames and board games all night long!


Semesterly Camping Retreat

Step out of the GDC and UT to go camping!


Why Join?

Academic

Our CS101 program is tailored for underclassmen equipping them with the fundamentals they need to succeed inside and outside of school. In addition, our mentorship program matches upperclassmen with freshman, who can help out with the social, academic, and professional aspects of college. Build connections and find your community at UTCS. Learn more here.

Network / Professional

Professional networking opportunities are available to all ACM members. Our General Meetings, Resume Review Office Hours, Resume Database, and Corporate Banquets allow members to meet company recruiters, refine their résumés, and ultimately get interviews and land jobs.

Social

Don't just work all the time; fun and friends are important too! Make friends by joining ACM, and have fun at our many social events such as Family Dinners, Intramural Sports, Retreat, and Gaming Nights!

Leadership Opportunities

Boost your résumé and learn valuable skills by serving as a leader in the largest CS org on campus. Apply to be an Operational Officer in the Fall and work directly with a Senior Officer on impactful projects while giving back to the community.


ACM Office

Located at GDC 3.312, the ACM office offers a wide variety of amenities including comfy couches, a TV with video games, free coffee, 75¢ sodas, board games, and textbooks.


Co-President of Texas ACM

Michelle
Sanchez

Co-President

pres@texasacm.org
Co-President of Texas ACM

Vincent
Cacciatore

Co-President

pres@texasacm.org
VP Academic of Texas ACM

Allen
Jue

VP Academic

academics@texasacm.org
VP Human Resources

Macy
Huang

VP HR

hr@texasacm.org
VP Corporate

Kevin
Wu

VP Corporate

corporate@texasacm.org
VP Social

Trisha
Agrawal

VP Social

social@texasacm.org
VP Webmaster

Ben
Aubin

VP Webmaster

webmaster@texasacm.org
VP Finance

Sai
Kurelli

VP Finance

finance@texasacm.org
VP Finance

Joshua
Clark

VP Finance

finance@texasacm.org
VP Internal

Adam
Nguyen

VP Internal

internal@texasacm.org