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Student-Run Computing and Technology

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Student-Run Computing and Technology (SRCT, pronounced "circuit") is a student organization at George Mason University which enhances student computing at our school by developing and maintaining systems that provide specific services for Mason's community.

We were founded in 2011 to be a place where students could work together, share their knowledge, and build really neat projects for the benefit of everyone at Mason. See some of the ways we've improved life on campus on the projects page.

 Getting Involved

To learn more about SRCT, check out our projects, active, under development, or proposed, or talk to one of the members! Technical documentation is available on our wiki, and all of our code is visible on the public page of our student git repository.

You can come to any of our planned events. We hold numerous events each semester, from traveling to hackathons and conferences to doing local outreach, holding large programming events, and hosting speakers.

We're on Facebook and Twitter, have active mailing lists, and an IRC channel on freenode, #srct. More ways to get in touch are on our contact page.

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