About us

What is the CSE Club @ CSUSB?

The Computer Science and Engineering Club aims to bring together CSE students at CSU San Bernardino to provide an enhanced sense of belonging and community at our university. The CSE Club promotes connections and socialization between hundreds of CSE students at CSUSB every year, as well as students interested in the art of Computer Science and Engineering. We also host and participate in workshops, talks and other special events held to encourage and foster academic and career interests.

Tutoring program

We plan to offer free in-person and remote tutoring for current Computer Science and Engineering Students at CSUSB. Our student tutors are trained to help, with many of them being masters students.

NOTE: This service has not been finalized and is expected to start by the end of the Fall 2023 semester.

Events we offer

We offer workshops, tours, and speakers from various organizations and agencies throughout the industry. We also host events where a member of the club will explain a Computer Science and Engineering topic they are passionate about. We also host Game Nights, Hackathons, and collaborate with other clubs on campus.

Our resources

The lab in JB 361 has resources and equipment for students to use for their various CSE projects. This includes 3D Printers and Scanners, workstations equipped with high end GPUs, CNC Machines, game development kits, and VR Headsets. More tools not mentioned here might also be available, feel free to ask if we have access to something specific! The lab is open for all students at CSUSB to use.

How can I get involved?

Join our Discord Server! We look forward to working with you in your academic and career aspriations!


If you need to get in touch with us, join our Discord server, or send an email to [email protected]. We look forward to hearing from you!

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