At UGAHacks, we help your ideas sprout to life. Log on and get hacking with us in this epic 36 hour hackathon, hosted in Georgia's quintessential college town, Athens.
Hackathons are all about exploring your ideas and bringing them to fruition. We've got mentors, workshops and mixers to help you get what you need and branch out, and fun events like karaoke and video game tournaments when you're bushed and ready to unwind. We'll keep you well fed and watered all weekend. It's time to go out on a limb and find your roots!
Don't worry if you aren't a CS major, or don't feel comfortable coding! We have many workshops for you to attend, mentors to spruce up your project, and supportive teammates waiting for your arrival! Hackathons are about fertilizing your knowledge and we're here for your growth!
Stumped and don't know what to code? Don't worry - challenges have your back.
Challenges are projects geared around using a specific theme or tool. The best project built around each challenge will receive a prize.
Come find out what challenges we'll anounce that we and our sponsors have in store for you!
This year is about fostering and growing the new generation of coders -- Sowing the Seed for the Next Generation of Coders.
Hope to see you in February!
The Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. We'll be posting the venue along with parking information very soon!
All university students! We welcome all undergraduates and graduate students of all skill levels 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, as well as workshops to help you get started and sharpen your hacking skills.
Enthusiasm! Laptops, phones, chargers, and other tools you might need for your project are also important! If you're staying overnight, be sure to bring the necessary toiletries and 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. Feel free to bring ideas, but no code!
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 is no hard limit, but we recommend teams be at most 4 people, as we only have prizes for 4 people per team.
Yes, we will be offering travel reimbursements! Please make sure to note it on your registration and we will reach out to you upon acceptance. University of Georgia students are not eligible to receive travel reimbursements.
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!
We love your enthusiasm! Volunteers and mentors can apply via the registration form above! If you have any questions regarding the position, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org - Be sure to mention it in the subject. See you soon!
That's not actually a question, but if you've got one then we'll be happy to answer it! Reach out to us at email@example.com.
By sponsoring UGAHacks, your company will have the opportunity to inspire new programmers while also reaching out to and recruiting the rising stars of the tech industry. Please reach out to our sponsor chair for more information.