Student Clubs & Organizations




  • Name: CyberEagles Club
  • Purpose: The purpose of the CyberEagles Security Club is:
    • To increase awareness about the importance of security.
    • To increase awareness about security careers and opportunities for students.
    • To present opportunities of informational sessions in both cyber offense and defense techniques and tools.
    • To promote research in security.
    • To help members network with peers and security professionals.
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WiCyS Student Chapter

Data Science League

Graduate Student Club

Game Development Club

  • Name:  Game Development Club
  • Purpose:  To promote interest in game development, gather students interested in game development, network members of various talents, to offer instruction and resources to develop games, and to promote the creations of those members.  
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Autonomous Robotics Club (ARC)

  • Name: Autonomous Robotics Club (ARC)
  • Purpose:  The TTU Automous Rootiucs club (ARC) exists as a center of collaboration at TTU for all things related to robotics. Specific club activities include: Participation in intercollegiate and local robotics competitions (e.g., Vex, AUVSI, ASME, local robotics competitions, drone racing, high altitude and in-space robots), skill building in develop robotics and autonomous machines, and professional outreach; hosting weeklong events during national robotics week, serving as team captains and coadvisors to FIRST Lego robotics clubs. ARC is also a home for developing strong social networks with others interests in the technical and social aspects of robotics.
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  • Faculty Adviser: Stephen Canfield –

The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)

  • Name: Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
  • Purpose: SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support, and development.
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Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

  • Name: Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
  • Purpose: To create a community for-and those who support-women in Engineering. Our meetings range from resume tips, to networking, to real workplace advice from professional women Engineers. As a member you have the opportunity to attend the annual National Conference to be a part of workshops and the largest career fair you will ever see! For more information, contact President Taylor Duncan (
  • Faculty Adviser: Kris Craven-

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