Join UGA for its 3rd annual Hackathon!
This year is all about going back to the basics. Come find out what a hackathon is all about!
Hackathons are all about groups of dedicated people coming together at a workspace to create something awesome. The 36 hour
hackathon is free and open to anyone.
It includes mentors, free food, video game competitions, social mixers and more. There's even mixers at the event for anyone that still needs to find some teammates!
Hackathon creations usually revolve around technology. Hardware, programs, games, and apps are great choices, but these are
only a few examples.
At a hackathon, you can make anything you want. From projectors created out of trash, to exciting new apps, to wacky inventions... the possibilities are endless!
Full hackathon schedule to be announced!
All students! We welcome all undergraduates and graduate students to attend. Professionals and other guests are welcome to attend as mentors or volunteers.
Nothing! The entire event and its amazing perks are free for all participants, including meals and snacks to keep you powered throughout the weekend.
Laptops, phones, chargers, and other tools you might need for your project. If you're staying overnight, bring the necessary toiletries, and possibly a sleeping bag. Additionally, please bring your official student ID or government ID (no photocopies allowed).
No. All UGAHacks projects must begin at the hackathon. You are not permitted to begin a hackathon project before this event.
Don't sweat it! You're free to join any existing team or form a new one when you get there. We'll also provide ample opportunities for hackers to meet each other and brainstorm some amazing ideas.
There's no hard limit but we recommend teams be at most 4 people.
Prizes will be a surprise! :) And you can win them by participating in sponsored challenges (which will be announced at the hackathon) or by winning the judges' interest in your project.
You can if you want, but we'll have food readily available for hackers all weekend. The venue is right in Downtown Athens too, so there's some great places to eat nearby as well! Please note that if you require any specific diets, we are not able to guarantee those accommodations.
We'll have designated sleeping areas for hackers, but they will be on a first-come-first-serve basis. You're welcome and even encouraged to bring a sleeping bag!
Please state that you are seeking a travel reimbursement on your application. Travel reimbursement will be issued on a case by case basis.
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