Glass Conference Room

We are the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Student Chapter, a student-led organization at Texas State University. Our mission is to foster a peer learning environment and to help build your project portfolio with working code. We do team coding, hackathons, volunteer work, and other social events.

We meet every W/F at 5:00 - 7:00 at in our discord server.

Send an email to ask for the link!

All STEM majors are welcome!

Become a Student Member

Get Your Professional Development Going

Whether actively looking for tech-related jobs or simply leveling up programming skills, members enjoy an excellent learning atmosphere and officers committed to preparing your future in computer technology. Continue reading to discover what we do, and get in touch with any questions.

Code on Laptop Computer

Code with Confidence

Learn to get the job done in any language. We help develop your software knowledge along with your coding skills so that you will be prepared for job interviews.


Learn the Techniques

Our club guides you on how to solve coding problems from easy to advanced. Our members work individually as well as collaborate on teams to write and evaluate problem-solving algorithms.


Helper functions

When coding complex programs, making helper functions is a good practice. A helper function is a generic term for any function that does...

Insertion Sort

The "insertion sort" method treats an array as two smaller arrays. The left-side is the sorted side, and the right-side has elements to...

Hash map

A hash map is a collection of things that are assigned indices in a similar way to arrays, but the special thing about hash maps are that...

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