Welcome to the University Computer Club!
The University Computer Club is a University club located in Perth, Western Australia on the Crawley campus of the University of Western Australia and is run by a student-led team with the objective of advancing computer science. Many students call the UCC home and spend numerous hours hanging out, working on personal projects, gaming, coding and trying to finish assignments in the clubroom.
The clubroom is generally open from around 9am till 10pm on weekdays and from around 1pm till 10pm on weekends. Opening times may vary wildly depending on weather, schedules and holidays. The easiest way to check if someone is around is by using the webcams. We have directions for getting to the clubroom from Stirling Hwy and the Guild Village.
Want To Contact UCC? See how to do that here.
How else can I stay up to date with UCC?
See our status updates on Twitter.
- About the UCC
- Information Base
- Planet UCC
A partially up to date list of machines in the UCC past and present.
Services and facilities available to members of the UCC. Including, but not limited to E-mail, mailing lists, newsgroups, WWW, IRC, FTP, networked drink and snack machines, toolbox, reference library, flame BBS and online games.
A partially updated list of club projects.
Read the blogs of UCC members, old and new.
To satisfy those voyeuristic urges, the UCC has five webcams online in the clubroom, giving you a view from every angle. We also have archives online.
The UCC would be absolutely nothing without the generous sponsorship it receives from companies, organisations and individuals, both in Perth and around the world. Through them, the UCC has been able to get hardware, software and other requirements for its members that it would otherwise be unable to afford.
For other University computing societies in Australia and around the world see our list.
The University Computer Club Inc. is registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission ABN 98843368069.