Welcome to the Pace Computing Society's page!
Within the depths of the Seidenberg school of Computer Science and Information Systems lies a group of students who discuss their plans for world domination...and eat pizza.
Yes, every Wednesday in 163 Williams Street during the 12:00 pm common hour we hold our meetings. We have good discussions, cool lecturers from all sides of the computing field (from our students, to grads, professors, alumni, even other professionals working in many different companies), awesome projects, jeopardy tournaments, and free pizza.
Don't be shy, Seidenberg is an awesome place with many students hanging out, studying, and even playing video games. If you're free on Wednesdays during common hour, PCS is the place to be.
Pace Computing Society is a group dedicated in providing information about computers, its use, and the industry.