Welcome to the homepage of the UMass ACM ACM-ICPC Interest Group!
Students from the University of Massachusetts Amherst compete annually in the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ACM-ICPC).
The ACM-ICPC is an international, multi-tier programming contest where students from schools all around the world compete to solve challenging programming puzzles under time constraints.
Interested in learning more? Visit icpc.baylor.edu.
We are always looking for new students to join us! Don’t worry if you have never competed in a programming competition before – it’s a blast!
If you want to join the ACM-ICPC Interest Group, then show up to one of our meetings, or send Professor Arjun Guha (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject ACM-ICPC Interest Group, and we’ll get back to you with further details about joining!
For those of you who are members of the ACM-ICPC Interest Group, resources can be found here.