CIS Students

Students in a LabThere are about 200 majors of computer science and computer information systems in the Department. The classes are small and the professors are very accessible. There are many department events – parties, picnics, competitions, high school contests, conferences, and award ceremonies, in which the students are involved.

We are also proud of our students' research. Following the links below, you can learn more about some of the projects.

  • Alice
  • Blender
  • Computer Graphics
  • Grammars
  • LifeSync
  • Pizza Shop
  • Musical Project in C# developed by Prof. Olson and students in the framework of the course CSIT 463 Introduction to Digital Image Processing and Computer Vision
  • Computer Science Degree Checker developed by the students Greg Rowley, Patrick Hodge, Thomas Gourdine, and Justin Soderberg in the framework of the course CSIT 425 Software Engineering taught by Prof. Kelley. (Note that the project is hosted on an external web site and the department cannot be responsible for its content)

Student with Calculus Book

Computer and Information Sciences Office

2148 Fenton Hall
State University of New York at Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
(716) 673-4820
(716) 673-4821 fax