Who are we?

We are the Carleton University Computer Science Society. If you're a computer science student at Carleton University, you are the CCSS too! We are the academic society which acts as liason between students and school and your goto group to connect with fellow comp sci.

What do we do?

The CCSS hosts a variety of events including coffee socials, movie nights, tech talks featuring professors and industry professionals, pub outings, and more. We also offer services such as free printing for CS students, course pack sales, job postings, curriculum advisory to the school, and lounge space for CS students to meet, relax, and play.

How can you get involved?

Getting involved with the CCSS is easy; simply take advantage! Show up to CCSS events, send us input for what you would like to see happen this year in Computer Science either socially or academically, or you can volunteer! Volunteers come in many shapes and sizes; take on weekly hours and watch the office for us, offer your help running or planning an event, help out taking minutes at talks, workshops, or meetings.

Feeling a bit more ambitious? Why not submit some projects to us or contact our events committee about hosting your own event, endorsed by the CCSS! The executives are here to serve, and a little help goes a long way.