Swansea University Computer Society

SUCS is one of the university's longest-running and largest societies. In addition to providing members with a range of IT services, we hold regular events and socials throughout the year.

We have our own computer room on campus with 24 hour access. There are usually members present through the week so feel free to stop by.

Visit the Community section of the site for more ways to get in touch with your fellow members, including Milliways, our chat room. 

SUCS celebrated its thirtieth birthday in the summer of 2019. We have compiled a site about the society's history. To read about it and contribute your part of the story, visit http://history.sucs.org/.

SUCS history

Latest Announcements

2020 Committee Election Results

Season’s Greetings!

The nominations period for the 2020 executive election has
closed.

The successful nominations are as follows:

President - Caleb Connolly ~kalube
Treasurer - Benjamin Rockley ~whizzywig
Secretary — Zev Cooper-Bennun ~zevulon
Events — Khalid Evans ~coolide

As none of these positions are contested, all nominees have been elected to their posts.

The position of Publicity Officer remains vacant, and an election for this role will be held in the new year.

Any questions should be directed to myself at vote@sucs.org.

Congratulations to our new executive committee members!

Best regards,
Andy Pover (~andy), Returning OfficerRead More

Join SUCS!

As well as being an excellent way to meet people with similar interests (we have regular social events and we're all really nice), you also get all this great stuff:

  • Use of our dedicated games server
  • Web hosting with scripting and database support
  • Free printing*
  • Disk space
  • Use of our library of textbooks
  • Much more!
More Info

Contact Us

If you're having any problems, you can get in touch with us by e-mailing

admin@sucs.org

SUCS Tools

Download the SUCS Tools to make it easier to access SUCS services from your computer.

More information about the tools is available in "Using the SUCS Tools".