To learn more about organizations at NKU, visit MyEngagement.
Come meet our COI student organizations during INFO-EXPO on:
Tuesday, September 21 from 10:00-2:00
Wednesday, September 22 from 10:00-2:00
Griffin Hall Commons
Reach out to the organization advisor to learn more about any of these organizations.
ACM is the world's largest educational and scientific computing society advancing computing as a science and profession. Our goal is to foster a community of passionate students through hackathons, social events, and competitions such as ICPC.
The purpose of BIG is to provide students an opportunity to: 1) engage with like-minded people concerning business and technology, 2) facilitate opportunities for you to network with professionals, and 3) provide a service to our community, so that they may be better prepared to carry out responsibilities as future leaders and professionals.
The Data Science Club is created for all those interested in topics related to Data Science and Data Analytics, not just those interested in pursuing a career in the field. We discuss new technologies, internship/career experiences, and other special topics. All skill levels and majors are welcome.
The organization works to promote diversity within the College of Informatics. Students will have the opportunity to be paired with faculty mentors and professionals from Industry.
A group of students dedicated to promoting learning, knowledge, and skills in information security, cyber defense, and offensive security. Members of NKCyber will take part in various competitions, including: Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition, Cyberwars, various Capture the Flag Competitions, and any others that revolve around cybersecurity or information security.
Our organization is focused on creating an offline environment in competitive gaming. Our goal is to help competitive gamers compete in university level events. By providing a network to facilitate team building and skill development, we hope to bring together gamers both familiar and new to the competitive scene.
Norse Code Radio (NCR) is NKU’s only student-run radio station. Streaming 24 hours a day! The place for good music, talk, live band performances, opinion, entertainment, and more!
The Northerner is an independent student-run media outlet innovatively providing relevant and credible content within the Northern Kentucky University community. While upholding the ethical standards of traditional journalism, we are constantly evolving into the digital age.
This organization will help improve your programming skills, problem-solving skills and logical thinking skills. You will become familiar with different aspects of mechanics, electronics, and computer science while working with different types of robots and intelligent systems.
WiCys is a group that supports women in advancing and retaining positions in Cybersecurity. WiCys offers unique training, networking, and scholarships to its members. It is open to all students.
Greg De Blasio
The delared purpose of PRSSA is to cultivate a favorable and mutually advantageous relationship between students and professional public relations practitioners.
This organization seeks to establish relationships among students with an interest in journalism and journalism professionals. We will seek to further develop skills related to journalism through workshops, field trips and other activities.
Worldline Developments is a group of 3D Digital Design & Visual Effects students who come together to create a community within the major - planning events such as fun get-togethers, speakers, and fundraisers.