Student Relations

The Team


Student relations is about creating a fun and inclusive environment in SOC. Join us to plan exciting events and help build long lasting friendships among computing students.


Leave no one in SOC behind


To spread FUN and BUILD relationships in the SOC community through various events.

Who we are looking for

  • If you are someone with event-planning experiences,
  • or someone with brilliant ideas to share and fun initiates that you want to implement for the rest of SOC students,
  • or simply someone with passion to connect and to rejuvenate the community



  • Computing Day - a SPECIAL day for ALL OF US, only the students of SOC!
  • Meliorium - amazing and fun activities for you and your friends to make even MORE friends! (e.g. Amazing Race & Escape Room)
  • X men - Facilitate small interest groups formation and provide funding for offline bondings (WOW!)
  • Initiate your own new event! - And much more fun that you WISH to see and bring to the SOC!


Project Director
  • To spearhead and oversee the planning for a major event
  • To coordinate work among the rest of project members
Vice Project Director
  • To assist project director in the planning of a major event
  • To be in charge of admin/manpower/finance/logistics aspects of the event
Project Manager
  • To be involved in some aspects of the event planning process
  • To assist in the management of admin/manpower/finance/logistics aspects of the event
Onsite Manager
  • To be involved in some aspects of the event planning process
  • To ensure the smooth running of the actual events and make sure changes/needs are immediately attended to
P.S. dont be afraid to take up more than one role or get involved in more than one event!!
Our History

Established when NUS School of Computing gained independence as a separate faculty in 1998, the NUS Students’ Computing Club is the official faculty club and sole union representative of all undergraduates in NUS School of Computing. The club has since been taking care of the student life in NUS School of Computing by organising various events and activities to promote campus vibrancy. We safeguard the interest of our undergraduates, ensure their voices are heard, provide welfare, and form the bridge between our students and the school.


NUS Students’ Computing Club serves to continually support our faculty, to build close-knitted relationships among Computing Club members past and present and drive the charge for campus vibrancy.


NUS Students’ Computing Club’s mission is to lead the strive for excellence and to continually advance, for the needs and welfare of our fellow students.