Hey there! 👋
We’re the award-winning Computer Science Society (CSS) at the University of Birmingham.
Created and run by students for students, our goal is to provide a warm and friendly community in which we (and you!) can socialise, develop our tech skills and find opportunities to develop our careers! ✨ Keep an eye out for our dinosaur mascot TeX!
We can’t wait to see you at our events!
❤️ The CSS Committee
Get Involved ✨
Join Our Discord
The best way to find out all the information you’d like to know about CSS and our events is through our Discord Server. 👾
We’ve built an amazing, friendly, virtual-community on Discord which you can get involved with straight away — no membership required! 😃
Become A Member
To take part in our ticketed events, you’ll want to click here to purchase a membership; it’s only £5 for the entire year!
You can find out more about becoming a member here.
A great way to learn new skills, make new friends and create a cool project!
We encourage everyone to take part in these really cool events.
See our page on hackathons to learn more!
Stay Up-To-Date ❤️
In addition to joining our Discord, if you have a Facebook account, we recommend that you join our Facebook Group linked below! 👇
You can also find links to all of our other various social media accounts:
Our society has won many achievements and awards, including:
🏆 Outstanding Contribution to Academic Experience (2022)
🏆 The Great Achievement in EPS, Tom Goodman, CSS Secretary (2020)
🏆 Community Award, Tom Goodman, CSS President (2019)
🏆 Society of the Year (2017)
🏆 Outstanding Event Award for HackTheMidlands (2017)
🏆 Outstanding Event Award for Women In Technology Conference (2017)
Joint award with WISE, the Women in Science & Engineering Society
🏆 Inspirational Committee Member, Jack Wearden, CSS President (2016)
2022/2023 Sponsors 🤝
CSS is proud to be sponsored by:
If you or your company is interested in sponsoring CSS, please take a look at our Sponsorship Proposal:
CSS is part of the Guild of Students. This means we have a Constitution which we recommend all members read at least once.
Below are links to both our current Constitution and all previous agendas: