Open Source Clubs

We’re a network of university students and clubs who share the belief that open source software – technology built with code that is open for view, use, and modification – is the engine that powers innovation.

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Oxy Open Source at Occidental College


Oxy Open Source aims to develop an inclusive space for any student interested in computer technology to learn, collaborate, and network with each other. We host workshops, work on projects, and learn how to contribute to the open source movement!

Rensselaer Center for Open Source (RCOS)


RCOS is a group of RPI students who work on open source projects. Our mission statement is "To provide a creative, intellectual and entrepreneurial outlet for students to use the latest open-source software platforms to develop applications that solve societal problems."


Community is one of the biggest parts of open source, so it doesn't make sense for open source communities to be isolated from each other. The open source clubs program helps our community connect with others and work together to spread open source on our campuses



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