CHAPTERS: ADMINISTRATIVE INTERFACE

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ACM offers its chapters an Administrative Interface, allowing you to:

  • Manage your chapter's member roster

  • Add new officers after an election

  • Update your chapter's address and contact information

  • Submit events for inclusion in the new ACM Local Activities Calendar

  • Complete your chapter's annual report as required by ACM bylaws

  • View your chapter's bylaws

All chapter officers and members added through the interface will start receiving the ACM news services TechNews, CareerNews and MemberNet, and become part of the chapter broadcast mailing lists.

The Interface is accessible by a chapter-specific web account

For more information on the Interface, please see our F.A.Q. section

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