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Upsilon Pi Epsilon
Upsilon Pi Epsilon is an honorary computer science association that promotes high scholarship and original investigations in the branches of computer science. Membership in the Baylor chapter is composed of individuals whose academic achievements, reputations, and creative abilities deserve recognition. The chapter inducts members twice each year and assists fellow students in their academic pursuits.

Association for Computing Machinery
The Baylor Student Chapter of ACM was organized and chartered in 1974. The student chapter assists members in maintaining a close, regular association with fellow students and faculty who are also interested in computing. In addition, the chapter sponsors the Baylor Programming Team which competes in the ACM Regional and ACM International Collegiate Programming Contests. Periodic meetings provide a combination of social interaction, professional dialogue, public service, and professional development. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in computing.

Chi Sigma
Chi Sigma Iota is a professional computer science fraternity that promotes effective leadership skills in the field of computer science. Chi Sigma Iota sponsors service and professional projects for the students. Through stimulating programs and social gatherings, members gain practical experience to enhance their education at Baylor. Membership is open to men and women committed to service in the field of computer science.

Society of Women Engineers
Baylor University's Student Section of the Society of Women Engineers is open to all engineering and computer science students, both male and female. The goals of the section are: 1) to provide education about the challenges facing female engineers, 2) to create a sense of identity and community, 3) to provide resources for women engineers, and 4) to enhance leadership and professional skills. These goals are achieved through mentoring relationships, presentations, field trips, and other activities.

Association for Bioinformatics and Biotechnology
Association for Bioinformatics and Biotechnology is a student organization dedicated to helping build and foster common interests in Bioinformatics with those in the major and like-minded students. ABB provides members with 1) a better understanding of Bioinformatics, 2) a network with other students, professors, and professionals in the field, and 3) support for scholarly success. All these goals are achieved through bi-monthly meetings, attendance of symposia, and other social activities.