What is SIGUCCS?

An association of professionals who support and manage the diverse aspects of information technology services at higher education institutions.

The Special Interest Group on University and College Computing Services (SIGUCCS) is a community of IT professionals from helpdesk employees to CIOs who help higher education institutions leverage current technology to foster discovery and learning.

We are Looking Forward to… our next SIGUCCS Annual Conference March 26-29, 2023 in Chicago!

Did you know that 2023 is the 60th anniversary of the founding of SIGUCCS? This will also be our 50th annual conference event. Do you need more reasons to look forward to our next in-person conference? If so…

Join us at the ACM SIGUCCS 2023 Annual Conference! Gather with fellow higher education technology professionals. The SIGUCCS conference is member-driven, and there are many ways to participate. See you there!

We know that making the most of technology often comes down to tapping into your own human network—and learning from the innovations and ingenuity of colleagues near and far. We help our members grow and thrive in their careers by connecting them to peers and leaders through our conferences, mentoring programs, and more.

If you want to explore how you can take your passion for the support, delivery, and management of IT services to the next level in higher education, we hope you’ll join us!

About ACM
SIGUCCS is one of 37 Special Interest Groups of ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society. ACM provides the computing field’s premier Digital Library and serves its members and the computing profession with leading-edge publications, conferences, and career resources.

In the United States, and throughout many regions around the world, current events have brought attention to the urgent need for equality and respect for all individuals. ACM reaffirms its commitment to fostering diversity and inclusion within the global computer science community.  

As an international organization of nearly 100,000 professionals, ACM respects the essential worth of all people and firmly believes that diversity strengthens the scientific enterprise and society as a whole. ACM’s Code of Professional Ethics embodies these principles, and our Diversity and Inclusion Council works to translate them into effective action. 

ACM is committed to creating an environment that welcomes new ideas and perspectives, and where hostility or other harmful behaviors are not tolerated. As an organization, we stand with those who promote inclusivity.