An award program for outstanding highschool computer students.
Computer Science Students of Distinction Application
The CSSoD is an award program for High School Juniors and Seniors who are interested in pursuing a career in Computer Science. The program, which is facilitated by the Arkansas Computer Science Initiative, is administered by the Arkansas Academy of Computing. The AAOC is comprised of more than 201 members who have demonstrated a significant impact on computing in Arkansas.See Previous winners!
AAOC History Project
The Arkansas Academy of Computing has initiated a History Project to preserve many of the stories and artifacts of the founding of the computing business in Arkansas. Most of the true computing industry pioneers in Arkansas had no idea they would make a career and significant contributions in this new field and their stories are fascinating, informative, and inspirational.
2022 New Members
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Chris Wright,Tracy Elizabeth Williams, Kevin Liles ,Mary Gay Olsen, Richard W Yang, Robert Marcus McGough III, Mark Yosyp Himelfarb, Steven Addison, Eddie Sligh,Jennifer Ford
Members please sign in using the link in the upper right hand corner of the screen. Update your contact information, by clicking on my information after logging in.
You can click on "forgot password" and the system should email you a link to create a new password. If you have not set up a password, this is the best solution. Should you have problems, email ejones at connect4business dot com.
Make a Difference
The Arkansas Academy of Computing provides supplemental scholarships to students in a number of computing and information technology disciplinesv at these Arkansas universities: Arkansas State, Arkansas Tech, Henderson State, South Arkansas, UA Fayetteville, UA Little Rock, UA Monticello, UA Pine Bluff, and the University of Central Arkansas. This year our goal is to provide $25,000 in scholarships. If you donate at least $500, you may designate which program you are supporting. We need your help in making sure Arkansas has the computer science graduates it needs! If your business or group can provide matching funds, that can make a huge difference.
Help support students in a number of computing and information technology disciplines by donating now.
Three employee groups have set up endowments to sponsor scholarships. It takes approximately $12,500 to endow a $500 scholarship forever. By donating to these endowments, you ensure that AAoC and your place of business will be recognized for a long time. To date, these employee group endowments have supported support a minimum of 5 scholarships, sometimes as many as 8.
For more information or questions about the Arkansas Academy of Computing, please contact us at +1 (479) 575-6036 or via email at email@example.com.