ACM at FSU Programming Contest

Contest Date

Nov. 5, 2022

Registration Deadline

Nov. 4, 2022 @ 6 p.m.


In-Person Only


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An ICPC style contest hosted semesterly by the Florida State University Association for Computing Machinery Student Chapter.

Recent Announcements
Deadline Tonight at 6PM, and Day of Contest Details
Nov. 4, 2022, 4:03 p.m.

Tonight at 6 PM is the deadline for joining/creating a team for the contest, so be sure to do so before the deadline! As for the contest ...

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Team Deadline, Lunch Forms, and More
Updated: Nov. 3, 2022, 11:28 a.m.

If you have created an account, but have NOT joined/created a team yet, please be sure to do so before the registration deadline Even if ...

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Registration is now Open!
Updated: Oct. 2, 2022, 1:28 p.m.

Registration for ACM's Fall 2022 Programming Contest is now open! There are a few things you want to make sure you do, to be able to compete...

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Contest Server Status
Looking For Group
Upper Division:1
Lower Division:5
Extra Credit Courses

CEN4020 Software Engineering - Haiduc

CIS4930 Problem Solving - Hoang

CIS5930 Problem Solving - Hoang

COP3014 Programming I - Jayaraman

COP3330 Data Structures, and Generic Programming I - Mills

The Contest


The ACM at FSU Programming Contest is a coding competition emphasizing problem solving executed in code. Students, faculty, and staff from all majors and colleges are welcome. The competition lasts 5 hours, and teams are limited to 3 members. The top teams from each division receive prizes, which have previously included items such as Google Home Minis, Amazon Echoes, Raspberry Pi's, Chromecasts, and ACM chapter t-shirts.


Our team is comprised entirely of volunteers, and we welcome anyone interested in helping out at this or future contests. Each volunteer typically takes on one of the following roles:

  • Docent
  • Proctor
  • Question Writer
Please contact our team at for additional information!

A special thank you to ACM at FSU alumnus Will Davenport for donating the server hardware.