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CS Club is working towards bridging the gap between each and every CS student,
to support their undergraduate experience and to provide a community that
students can belong to and identify with. With hundreds of CS students joining
Waterloo every year, CS Club aims to run events that encourage students to
connect and socialize, to increase technical and academic interest with
workshops and talks, and to provide a safe environment for academic learning and
## Our <span>Vision</span>
1. **Academic**: Promoting the knowledge and interest of Computer Science, as well
as supporting students throughout their academic experiences.
2. **Career**: Providing career guidance and resources to help students gain
experience and knowledge for their own job search.
3. **Community**: Encouraging interpersonal relationships through community building
and social events for all computing students.
## Our <span>Story</span>
We are students ourselves, coming from all computing backgrounds —
Computer Science, Software Engineering, CFM, Mechatronics Engineering, and more.
CS Club was born from an unfulfilled need; we felt that although there are so
many students at UW that are interested in CS, there wasn't a proper support
network in place. We lacked the cohorts provided to engineers, and we felt
disconnected from one another.
By recreating what CS Club means for our community, we're passionate about
helping students redefine their university experience here at Waterloo.
## Our <span>Mission</span>
The CS Club team is devoted to providing you with all the resources you could
need as a student. We want to create a community that members can call home, to
make it a place where you can reach out for career advice, for academic help, or
even just to socialize. To fulfil this mission, we'll be running events and
initiatives throughout the term, so please check out our [Events](/events)
page to stay updated!
## Our <span>Office</span>
The CS Club office is located at room **MC 3036/3037**, in the Math & Computer
Building of the University of Waterloo.
- An office favorite is our $0.50 pop for members. We have a fridge in the
office which is stocked with many different kinds of pop.
- We have lots of informative books, 5 computer terminals, and an array of
knowledgeable people to talk to.
Come visit us on campus in our office! Meet new members and find out what's new
in the club.
Computer Science Club
Math & Computer 3036/3037
University of Waterloo
200 University Avenue West
Waterloo, ON&nbsp;&nbsp;N2L 3G1
Our office phone number is [(519) 888-4567 x33870](tel:+15198884567,33870).