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ACM Code of Ethics

Commitment to ethical professional conduct is expected of every member (voting members, associate members, and student members) of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). This code of ethics is binding for faculty and students at the TSYS School of Computer Science.

ACM Digital Library

The Digital Library is the full-text repository of papers from publications that have been published, co-published or co-marketed by ACM and other publishers. The Guide is a collection of bibliographic citations and abstracts of works published by ACM and other publishers. Citations for all ACM published works are included in the Guide as a small subset of the total bibliographic space.


Designed especially for current Columbus State University students, applicant students, accepted students, faculty and staff. MyCSU is the portal for accessing CSU's Web-based e-mail system, online calendars, online groups and many other university functions. Future and current students use MyCSU for ISIS (Integrated Student Information System), where they can check their application status, track their Financial Aid, register for classes, view their grades and keep up with their student accounts.

Azure Dev Tools for Teaching

To be a trained professional in the Computer Science Field, you need exposure to some expensive software. Recognizing the financial hardship that this places on many students, the school has purchased some of this software for you through Azure Dev Tools for Teaching.


Lots of free Productivity Software

Library Resources

Resources in computer science, computer information systems management and technology. This category is maintained by the Systems Librarian, Jackie Radebaugh.

Masters Thesis Policies

These policies govern the Masters in Applied Computer Science (Thesis Option) and contain guidelines for the preparation and submission of a Masters Thesis.


Formerly known as WebCT and Vista, CougarView is the portal that students and faculty use to interact in online courses. Any professor can elect to use CougarView. Its uses are numerous, but some of the most common are: drop boxes for assignments, posting of grades, discussion areas and emailing fellow classmates and/or the instructor.

Recent College Grad's Guide to Getting Hired

This guide will assist students in building job search resources, developing a solid network, and deploying an effective search strategy that will land interviews and, most importantly , their first job out of school.

Computer Science Careers

Exploring Options And Career Paths For The CS Professional

Exit Survey (Undergraduate)

Undergraduate exit Survey

Exit Survey (Graduate)

Graduate exit Survey

Coding Bootcamp

Enhancing Your Skills Through Programming Bootcamp

University's Tutoring Center

Student Resources for Math, Science, Writing & Humanities