The Davis Computer Science Club (DCSC) organizes and connects UC Davis students interested in the field of computer science. We cultivate the professional development of our members and augment their education with practical skills and projects.
We strive to provide a fun and supportive community through our weekly events; some of our past events have been Hack-A-Website, Courses Preview, Land That Internship, and Intro to Deep Learning.
Our club hosts a variety workshops each quarter ranging from interview preparation to ios development.
Come to socials for fun and conversation. Past events include De-Stressers, Byte/Bit, and the Demo Day showcase.
You don't have to be computer sicence major; we invite everyone who is interested in technology!
Becoming a DCSC member is by no means required but helps support the clubs and gives you some cool perks like being listed further down on this page. To officially join, you simply need to pay $5 and attend at least 3 events; membership is on a per quarter basis.
Yes! Our events are always open to everyone regardless of membership status.
Dues must be must be paid in-person during any of our weekly events.
Anyone, regardless of official membership, can attend our events.
If you have any financial burden, or feel like you cannot pay the due, please privately message Davis Computer Science Club on Facebook or come talk to us in-person!
Members help support the club but more importantly, you get to be included further down on this page (optional) with links to your website/LinkedIn/etc. Additional perks include stickers and more are coming soon!
All DCSC events count! Please note that this excludes review sessions and any other sub-clubs.
We host events every week! Check out some of our upcoming events below.
DCSC will be holding "Coding Conundrum" this Thursday (1/25/18) from 7 PM - 8 PM in Kemper 1131. At this event, participants will be given a pre-made, sample game that can be tweaked or altered into a unique program -- be it changing the design or adding different levels.
You'll be challenged to think outside the box, but also be given the oppurtunity to practice technical skills for debugging, adding new functions, or simply, make your ideas work into code.
At the end of the event, each altered program will be judged, and the participant who's program is deemed best will receive a prize!
**Students of any skill level is encouraged to come out to our event!**
Our 2017-2018 Board
The easiest way to contact us is directly through this form or the email listed below! You can also reach us through Facebook and of course, at our weekly meetings. Please do not contact individual officers directly without good reason.