HackGSU will be one of the largest three-day hackathon events in the Southeast
This Fall, November 3-5, Georgia State University will hold its 4th HackGSU Computer Science Hackathon, hosted by the Association for Computing Machinery and Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers student organizations. Last spring HackGSU hosted 400+ students from top undergraduate programs across the country.
You do not have to be a computer science major to participate — just willing to learn and take a shot at changing the world.
What more can you ask for?
A Midnight-Madness coding competition, a Dodgeball match, and a LAN party highlighting new hardware or games — man, we’re sold. HackGSU will also have a software lab and a hardware lab at the event with devices such as Raspberry Pi, Oculus, etc.
A hands-on opportunity to engage
A 3-day-long hackathon is not everyone’s cup of tea. Only the most passionate, driven undergraduates make time in their busy schedules to participate at hackGSU and code their brightest ideas into reality. And its 100 percent FREE!