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**Everyone at the University of Waterloo is welcome to come to our events and to
use our resources!** Feel free to join our communities and chat with our
members. However, if you want to officially become a member or support our
vision of creating a supportive environment for all computing students, there's
a bunch of ways you can join and help out.
## How to Join
### General Membership
<summary>In-person Term</summary>
1. Drop by our office in **MC 3036/3037** with
- your WatCard, and
- $2 membership fee for the term that you would like to pay for
2. Sign our [Machine Usage Agreement](/resources/machine-usage-agreement)
That's all! After your account created, you'll have access to all the
[services](/resources/services) available to members.
#### Membership Renewal
If you are already a member of the CSC and want to renew your membership, you
can do so by coming in person to our office. You may also renew your membership
online, though you must pay more than the usual $2.00 to cover PayPal fees.
A one-term renewal via PayPal comes out to $2.37.
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<summary>Online Term</summary>
Email the CSC Systems Committee at
[syscom@csclub.uwaterloo.ca](mailto:syscom@csclub.uwaterloo.ca) from your
University of Waterloo email address with the following:
1. a scan or photograph copy of your **WatCard**,
2. your **WatIAM userid**, and
3. your acknowledgement of having read, understood, and agreeing with our
[Machine Usage Agreement](/resources/machine-usage-agreement).
#### Membership Renewal
For this online term (Spring 2021), you do not need to pay the $2 fee to renew your
membership. We have extended the memberships of all members who had already
previously paid for membership or have joined CS Club during an online term.
### Executive Committees
Are you interested in using your skills to get involved with CSC? We have
committees covering everything from design to development, so no matter your
interests, weve got a place for you.
**CSC hires at the end of every term**, so make sure to stay connected through
social media to keep up to date on when applications open!
#### Programme Committee
- In charge of planning, advertising, and running all events hosted by CSC.
- Voices concerns/ideas on behalf of the CS community.
#### Website Committee
- Creates functional and modern designs for the CSC website.
- Builds and maintains the static website, updating content for events and news.
#### Systems Committee
- Maintaining all services that CSC provides which includes file share, DNS,
mail, configuration for IRC, Mattermost, Git hosting.
- Managing mirrors used by large public organizations and thousands of people
### Elected Roles
Each term, the CSC holds elections to determine the executive council:
- President
- Vice-President
- Assistant Vice-President
- Treasurer
To find out when and where the next elections will be held, keep an eye on on the [News](/#news).
For details on the elections, see the [Constitution](/about/constitution).