Computer Science Society

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Description

Interested in Computer Science?

Then CSS is the place to be.

Are you a student of Computer Science (or joint honours with CS)? Then you don't need to do anything - you're automatically enrolled into CSS when you join the university!

2017 Freshers

Hello - and congratulations on becoming part of UoB's best student society! Make sure you stay up to date with what we're doing:

You'll receive more information from us soon - keep an eye out!

CSS Summer BBQ 2016Careers fair

Visit us at cssbristol.co.uk or

 

What we do

CSS exists to ensure that all computer scientists have a great time at Bristol University. Here's just a taster of what we do:

  • Hackathons - we organise a number of hackathons throughout the year. Watch this space!
  • Outreach - we want to get more young people interested in CS. As a student, you will have many opportunities throughout the year to get involved with Digimakers, Student Robotics, Code Club and more.
  • Socials - we organise everything from Airhop and laser tag trips to nights out.
  • Talks - we're always on the lookout for interesting topics and speakers that we think CS students will be interested in.
  • Panels - we organise panel discussions about the welfare, equality, coursework and other departmental issues.
  • Advocacy - if you're struggling with something in the department, come and talk to us. We will do what we can to get it resolved.
  • Summer BBQ - we organise a massive summer BBQ free for all CS students.
  • Jobs - we keep in touch with industry, organise careers events and advertise interesting jobs to CSS members.

Terms and Conditions

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Data Protection

We send out a regular newsletter to all CSS members. If you would like to be removed from this, please contact the society webmaster.

We will never share your personal data with third parties without your permission.

Your personal data may be stored in:

  • The Bristol SU website and associated IT systems, including NUS UnionCloud
  • University IT systems
  • CSS committee personal and shared IT systems, including Google Apps

We will try to ensure that your personal data is stored securely. For example, where possible, we will enable two-factor authentication for committee members' accounts.

Licensing

Contributions to CSS projects (for example, the website source code) default to the MIT License unless otherwise stated. By contributing to these projects, you agree to grant a non-exclusive, perpetual license under the MIT License terms unless a written exception is made.

Anything else?

That's it for now! We don't charge for membership, so there's not much else to say here.

If you wish to leave CSS, please contact the society president.