CS Department Chairs Supporting CS For All

Chairs and Deans of departments and schools at 75 universities and colleges have agreed to take actions in support of CSforAll, including, as examples, partnering with colleagues in colleges and schools of education to support the in-service or pre-service preparation of CS teachers, supporting a local Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) chapter, giving credit or placement for the new Advanced Placement ® (AP) CS Principles course, or connecting undergraduate and/or graduate students to service learning opportunities in outreach to K-12 classrooms.  See the list of departments below.

Institutions and Departments

New Jersey Institute of Technology, Computer Science
Washington University in St Louis, Computer Science and Engineering
University of Oregon, Computer and Information Science
Portland State University, Maseeh College of Engineering and Computer Science
University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Computer Science and Computer Engineering
University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
University of Utah, School of Computing
Texas Tech University, Computer Science
University of Rochester, Computer Science
University of North Carolina in Charlotte, Computer Science
University of Memphis, Computer Science
Stony Brook University, Computer Science
State University of New York at Buffalo
University of Florida, Computer and Information Science and Engineering
Auburn University, Computer Science and Software Engineering
Columbia University, Computer Science
University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, Computer Science
University of Georgia, Computer Science
Carleton College, Computer Science
New Jersey Institute of Technology, Computer Science
University of North Texas, Computer Science and Engineering
University of Idaho, Computer Science
University of Massachusetts in Amherst, College of Information and Computer Sciences
University of New Mexico, Computer Science
Rice University, Computer Science
Iowa State University, Computer Science
University of Colorado in Boulder, Information Science
University of Illinois, Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of South Carolina, Computer Science and Engineering
University of Minnesota, Computer Science and Engineering
Oregon State University, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Penn State University, Computer Science and Engineering
University of Rhode Island, Computer Science and Statistics
University of Delaware, Computer and Information Sciences
University of Texas Dallas, Computer Science
University of Houston, Computer Science
University of Michigan in Dearborn, Computer and Information Science
Rutgers University, Computer Science
New York University, Computer Science
University of Michigan, Computer Science
Central Florida (UCF), Computer Science
Rochester Institute of Technology, Computer Science
University of Kentucky, Computer Science
Ohio University, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Texas A&M University, Computer Science and Engineering
University of Texas at El Paso, Computer Science
Bowling Green State University, Computer Science
Grinnell College, Computer Science
University of Alabama, Computer Science
Montana State University, Gianforte School of Computing
George Mason University, Computer Science
University of Texas at Arlington, Computer Science and Engineering
University of Texas at Dallas, Computer Science
University of Alabama at Birmingham, Computer and Information Sciences
University of Nebraska at Omaha, College of Information Science and Technology
Kean University, Computer Science
Bradley University, Computer Science and Information Systems
Florida International University, Computing and Information Sciences
Colorado School of Mines, Division of Computer Science
Dickinson College, Mathematics and Computer Science
Tufts University, Computer Science
Drexel University, Computer Science
Harvey Mudd, Computer Science
Mississippi State University,  Computer Science and Engineering
Northeastern Illinois University, Computer Science
Park University, Information and Computer Science
Rochester Institute of Technology, B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences
Stanford University, Computer Science
Towson University, Computer and Information Sciences
United States Air Force Academy, Computer Science
University of Wisconsin in Oshkosh, Computer Science
Northeastern University, College of Computer and Information Science
University of California in Santa Barbara, Department of Computer Science
Baldwin Wallace University, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Computer Science Department
Trinity College, Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University, School of Computer Science

Department Chairs: List of Possible Actions

This list of actions detail how you can support CSforAll at your college or university.

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To Make the University CS Department Pledge

CSforAll will need the involvement of both the K-12 education community and the higher education computer science community. If your University’s CS Department would like to make a pledge to support CSforAll by engaging in activities listed above. Please complete this quick form here.   

Overview of the questions can be found here.

CS department who make a pledge will have their names added to our University CS Department  Committed to Supporting CSforAll page.

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How to Get Involved

To become a member of the CSforAll Consortium, first review the Membership Guidelines. If you meet the membership criteria, complete this form1. We will be reviewing applications and approving new members during the first week of every month. You will hear from us shortly thereafter!

Benefits of Membership

Consortium members will benefit primarily through the increased visibility of their work to states, districts, schools, and other implementing partners, as well as funders and policy makers. Additionally, the Consortium sees its role as an initiator of community, and members may be invited to participate or share events where they are the target community/audience. As the Consortium evolves and grows under the guidance of the Steering Committee, there may be other benefits.

Responsibilities of Members

Members will be asked to:

  • Create and maintain a CSforAll Consortium landing page or resource collection on their website2
  • Provide the Consortium with a logo and URL to display on the Consortium site
  • Respond to annual requests from the Consortium for data or reporting of activities/commitments regarding CS education activities (e.g., number of teachers trained, schools impacted, student numbers and demographics, etc.)

1 If your membership is approved, the information you provided for the required fields will be used to create your public membership profile on the CSforAll site. Please do not include any private or confidential information.
2 If a member’s content is explicitly focused on CS education, the member’s primary home page may be used as the CSforAll landing page.