CS Dept Clubs



We work with local nonprofits and public agencies to pinpoint their most pressing technical needs and scope viable, sustainable student projects that address them. Additionally, we also want to change the way that techies think of the public sphere, so we’ll be holding talks, workshops, and other events aimed at doing this.


Code Haven is a Yale undergraduate student organization that teaches weekly computing lessons at middle schools, engaging students with online lessons, unplugged activities and class wide demonstrations. Code Haven also runs events related to computer science education to promote its mission outside the classroom.

Yale WGiCS: Women and Gender Minorities in Computer Science

WGiCS is Yale’s undergraduate society for women and gender minorities in computer science. We organize events aimed at increasing the community within the computer science major as well as offer professional development opportunities with corporate partners. Another aspect of our organization is our technical workshops which aim to introduce members of the CS community to interesting new technologies and projects.

Hack Mental Health

Our mission is to foster the leading community of mental health advocates and technologists and enable them to innovate and advance mental health care through technology. Hosting a mental health hackathon February 22-24, 2019.


SheCode holds 3-4 weekend sessions per semester to teach New Haven middle and high school girls to code (Scratch, HTML/CSS, Python), inspiring them to explore their interests in computer science and STEM and creating a collaborative learning environment for new programmers with Yale CS majors serving as mentors and TAs.

Yale Computer Society

The Yale Computer Society organizes initiatives that promote Computer Science and Engineering to the Yale community. These initiatives include seven practical development projects for students to gain real-world software engineering experience, speaker events with technologists and industry professionals, study breaks for students interested in STEM, and workshops taught by Yale students and guests.

Yale Helix Group

Helix is an undergraduate student club that creates ventures that disrupt healthcare. Helix Innovation Fellows will form dream teams with the doctors and launch ventures through meetings, user research and lots of coding/engineering.

Yale Entrepreneurial Society

We organize speaker events, workshop series, trips and treks to NYC and Boston, mentorship program, and elevator pitch competitions to connect entrepreneurial-minded students with successful co-founders of startups and people in venture capital funds.


The Yale Undergraduate Aerospace Association promotes and advances aerospace engineering through collaboration, innovation, and outreach. YUAA cultivates leaders who meet challenges with discipline and creativity.

Yale Undergraduate Intelligent Vehicles

Yale InVe aims to engage and inspire talented Yale engineers through exciting autonomous unmanned vehicle competitions. From autonomous ground vehicles to robotic sailboats, members cultivate software, electrical, and mechanical skills while designing and implementing competitive systems.

Yale Undergraduate Society of Women Engineers

SWE is an organization dedicated to creating a space for women and gender minorities in Yale's engineering department. Between our National Chapter, connection with the graduate SWE chapter, and other professional development and community opportunities, we strive to make engineering a welcoming place for all. Every year, we attend the National SWE conference which is the world’s largest conference for women in engineering.

  • Website: yaleswe.com

  • iEmail: sweyale at gmail dot com