Jackson State Computer Club-is a not for profit organization that provides college students with the opportunity to learn more about the field of computers, to network with people working in the field of computers, and the opportunity to reach out to the community in ways we are needed.
Students learn to develop their communication, creativity, team building, and leadership skills through the process of developing, planning, and implanting activities that are based on their interest of computers. They will learn to interact with others both inside and outside the field of computers. In order to serve our community the Computer Club will do our share in the Adopt-a-Highway program that has been adopted by the Clubs of Jackson State, participate in food and toy drives in conjunction with other clubs.
Computer Club meetings are held at least once a month at 11:15 on Wednesday during the regular semester. There are no fees or dues. Activities, discussions and speakers will be related to different areas of the computer field, such as Programming, Information Systems, Computer maintenance, Networking, and Web Design, and any new technology that relates to the computer field. We will discuss what is new in these areas of interest, share tips with other members.
The Computer Club of JSCC will comply with all the rules, regulations, policies, and procedures of the Tennessee Board of Regents, the college, and with all federal and state laws and regulations.