Student Organizations

Students in Computing (SiC)

The NMSU Chapter for Students in Computing was founded in 2011 with the express purpose of engaging and creating a community for computing, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education (C-STEM) students at NMSU. For more information, visit their website at https://sites.google.com/site/sicnmsu/.

 Game Development Club (GDC)

NMSU’s Game Development Club is an ASNMSU chartered organization that operates under the Computer Science department. The club also represents NMSU’s membership in the Association for Computing Machinery. The club does programming projects, hosts community events, and participates in fundraisers. There is a mix of graduate and undergraduate participants, and the club is open to members of all disciplines and skill levels, brought together by a shared passion for game design and development. For more information, visit their website at http://gdc.cs.nmsu.edu.

Computer Science Graduate Student Organization (CSGSO)

The purpose of the CSGSO is to promote fellowship between graduate students in the Computer Science Department and allow a forum for discussing revisions to departmental policies. For more information, visit their website at http://www.cs.nmsu.edu/~gradrep.

Mesilla Valley Linux Users Group

The Mesilla Valley Linux Users Group offer help with installing, configuring, and administering computers running Linux and other Free or Open Source operating systems. Their monthly meetings generally feature presentations of general interest on a wide variety of pertinent topics. For more information, visit their website at http://mvlug.org.

Las Cruces Web Developers Group

The Las Cruces Web Developers Group is a community of web developers who are dedicated to harnessing and challenging the latest in web technology developments. They are programmers, designers, professionals, students, and hobbyists who all share the drive for the latest and greatest in web technology and the devices they run on. They hold monthly user group meetings where they explore and share technologies, tools, and techniques having to do with web development. For more information, visit their website at http://neuxweb.com.