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About Us

Our Purpose

The Association of Computer Science Undergraduates (ACSU) is Cornell's chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). We promote educational, professional, and social interaction among students interested in computer science and facilitate student communication with faculty, alumni, and corporate representatives to enhance the undergraduate experience in computer science. The ACSU receives support from the Department of Computer Science and several corporate sponsors.

What We Do

Social events

We host a variety of events for CS students to meet each other outside of class, including bowling nights, lunches, and formals, as well as a mentorship program every semester!

Faculty events

We hold several events each year to improve student-faculty relations, including student-faculty luncheons, presentations by faculty on their research, and information sessions on graduate programs.

Educational events

We organize a few presentations and workshops each semester to help CS students learn something new and build their range of technical skills. Past events have included LaTeX tutorials and introductory web programming lessons.

Company events

We arrange many information sessions each semester for companies of all sizes from the tech industry and beyond, which provide a great opportunity for members to learn about employment options and meet recruiters. Companies we've hosted include Google, Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, Intel, BlackRock, Priceline, and many more.

Resume book

Each year, we feature our members' resumes in two books (one for students seeking summer opportunities and one for students seeking full-time employment). We send these resumes to over 100 top corporations as well as Cornell alumni. Numerous students have benefited from great career opportunities as a result.


We offer a mentorship program that allows older ACSU students and alumni to be paired with younger students seeking advice regarding the CS major, undergraduate research, technical careers, and more. The program fosters friendships, promotes networking, and allows both mentors and mentees to be more involved with the local CS community.


The ACSU is a great way for your company to reach out to Cornell students who are majoring or minoring in Computer Science and other computing-related fields. We provide three key services to help expose students to your employment opportunities. Please reach out to our officers list to plan events or request to put up a posting for the students on our mailing list.


Events Calendar

CALENDAR 2017-2018

Contact ACSU


Contact our officers at, or shoot us a message on Facebook.

Mailing List

Join our mailing list to get notified about relevant opportunities (e.g. internships/jobs), our upcoming events, and other events of interest in the Cornell Engineering community. Anyone is welcome to join at no cost. Just fill in your email below to subscribe!


Paid ACSU membership is open to all Cornell undergraduate students. Members receive a t-shirt, are invited to submit their resumes to our resume book, and enjoy many other benefits. To join ACSU, attend and sign in at least one general meeting and pay the annual dues of only $5. Membership is not required to subscribe to our mailing list.

Come to our first general body meeting of the semester on Tuesday, September 19!

Note that ACSU membership lasts for an academic school year, regardless of which semester you paid. For instance, if you pay your dues anytime in Fall 2017 or Spring 2018, you will be an ACSU paid member until the end of the Spring 2018 semester.

ACSU Groups