Lab Combinations

Easily access combinations to the Computer Science labs with this combination distribution page.
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Honor Code

All students of the Computer Science Department are expected to uphold the standards outlined in the honor code.

Assessment Plan

See how your feedback is helping to improve our department and programs by reading the assessment plan.

Current Students

Internships and Jobs

Opportunities to meet with recruiters and learn about companies are in abundance. Career Services hosts a Career Conference every Fall, in conjunction with this event, the Computer Science department has CS Breakfast where students can meet recruiters on a one-on-one basis. During the Spring semester, Career Services also hosts Internship Mania in order to connect students with possible internships across the country.
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Scholarships

The Department of Computer Science offers a number of full and partial tuition scholarships to students who major in a program offered by the Department of Computer Science. Additionally, there are number of other funding opportunities available to students in the department including work-study, faculty/student collaborative research, and a few other assorted scholarships.
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Majors/Minors

The University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire offers many majors and minors in the computer science department. From the comprehensive computer science major to the computer game development minor, there is a wide range of programs and one that is perfect for you!
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Collaborative Research

Several students each year participate in student/faculty collaborative research projects in computer science, and many present their work at conferences and through publications in refereed journals.
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Student Organizations

Student organizations provide Computer Science students with professional development, opportunities to meet with recruiters, learn more about hiring companies, and form life-long friendships. Student Association for Computing Machinery is a division of the national Association of Computing Machinery and specializes in technical talks and social activities. Women in Information Technology Systems is a division of the national Association for Computing Machinery - Women and specializes in professional development, recruitment opportunities, and social activities.
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Software Downloads

The University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire is affiliates with many software initiatives and computer science students have access to download a large amount of software for free or a discounted rate.
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