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Who We Are

SCS4ALL is a student-run, non-profit organization that works to develop a program of social and professional activities and leadership opportunities to broaden participation and interest in computing by underrepresented groups such as women, minorities, students, and teachers in K-12.

SCS4ALL is open to all students in the Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science (SCS) as well as any friends of SCS4ALL. We want ALL communities in SCS to feel included in shaping the organization and the events we run.

We hope to have lots of opportunities for Outreach. Students who are interested in reaching out can come to our biweekly General Meetings (see Events).


Major Goals

Community Building to Promote Diversity in the School of Computer Science (SCS)

Provide professional and social events open to ALL students in SCS and "friends" of SCS. Promote leadership, teaching, and team-building.

Outreach to Broaden Interest, Understanding and Diversity in Computing fields

Engage K-12 students, parents, and teachers in hands-on activities and interactive information sessions. Expose more K-12 students, teachers, and educators to the breadth of career opportunities in computing fields

  • Women@SCS


We have a committee of dedicated students (graduate and undergraduate) leading us forward! The work of the SCS4ALL committee focuses on several sub-groups.

Research shows that when students get involed in campus activities and find a social fit, they are more likely to find their academic fit and be successful.


Faculty Leaders

  • Carol Frieze
    Director of SCS4ALL and Women@SCS
  • Tom Cortina
    Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education, School of Computer Science
  • Andrew Moore
    Dean of the School of Computer Science