Students Clubs

The Computer Systems Department Newest Club


The mission of the Coding Club 4 All is to create a place for architects and builders of the digital age by continuing to expand the coding culture at Farmingdale State College. We foster a love for coding by providing students the opportunity to engage with technologists and computing experts.

Club Officers

  • President - 
  • Vice President
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary

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Club Meetings every Thursday at 11:00 in Whitman 124.


  • Prof Kim Moorning
  • Dr. Xiaojin Ye




Specifics to Follow

Coding Club For All inside a green circle.

SWiC Club

The Supporting Women in Computing (SWiC) Club aims to promote women, break down gender barriers, and help expand women’s knowledge and experience in the field of computing in a collegial, casual, and fun atmosphere. SWiC organizes and co-hosts on campus hackathons, competitions, and speaker events as well as off campus field trips to women centric conferences and events throughout the year.

SWiC is great place to share ideas, learn about trending topics in computing, meet and socialize with fellow students and faculty and is open to all genders. 

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Advisors List and Officers of the Supporting Women in Computing Club

  • Dr. Ilknur Aydin - Co-Advisor
  • Dr. Mary Villani - Co-Advisor
  • Sindhu Padaga - Club Co-President
  • Safia Khursheed - Club Co-President
  • Maria Jurado - Club Vice President
  • Simrah Malik - Club Secretary
  • Salma Abdeltawab - Club Treasurer

SWiC in Spring 2021

SWiC club meetings are held virtually on Google Meets every Tuesday at 11 AM- 12 PM, and occasionally on Thursday at 11-12 PM. 

Go to the SWiC RamCentral page and sign in to view the meeting schedule and future events.
SWiC Past Officer and Advisors
Virtual Meeting Link

SWIC Club, a laptop surrounded by users' icons.

ACM Computer Technology Club

The ACM Computer Technology Club is an educational and fun group.

The purpose of this club is to facilitate the needs and interests in the computer science, networking, computer gaming and programming on campus. We are providing an atmosphere in which club members can share their ideas. In the ACM Computer Technology Club, we explore innovations using hardware, networking, and software.  We try to help any student with his or her computer problems.  Our mission is to promote computer programming and to expand the scope of computer knowledge within Farmingdale State College.

The ACM Computer Technology Club attends industry conferences that are very current and pertinent to student and faculty learning. We also organize/attend Coding Contest, Workshops and Hackathons in collaboration with Supporting Women in Computing (SWiC) Club

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ACM Computer Tech Constitution and Bylaws

The Computer Tech Club meets on the following days:

We meet every Thursday from 10:30am to 12:00pm at Lupton T 101. For more information about meetings and upcoming events, visit our RAMCentral organization using the link below.

More information About Clubs

  • Dr. Mohammad Alshibli - Club Advisor
  • Shahin Yaghinloo - Club President
  • Carlos Duque Rivera - Club Vice President
  • Christopher Kahles - Club Secretary
  • Mazen Kapadi  - Club Treasurer


Whitman Hall, Room 112
Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm


David Gerstl
Acting Chair


Denise Backman
Administrative Assistant 1


Kathy Kollar
Instructional Support Specialist

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