Our main channel for communication is our Slack server. To join our Slack, you must become a paid member and a Slack invite will then be provisioned for you.
All the latest events, news, and opportunities are posted straight to our Slack, as well as channels for general, special projects, and a whole lot more.
We have our own Discord server! Our Discord server is currently open to join. Discord is a voice and text chat program designed for project collaboration and gaming. This is a fantastic resource for collaborating on Projects or CTF's when everyone doesn't want to meet on campus. The server provides both public and private "channels" (chat room, essentially), each with audio and messaging features.
To start you can either use the web client or download the Clients. There are versions available for Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, and soon Linux!
Once you have an account, and are using either the webclient / desktop clients just click this Link which will invite you into the discord server.
When connected, you'll see the list of available channels on the server. All of these channels, as well as their associated text channels are public - so I don't recommend using it to share your SSN, etc.
Just a heads up, Text channels and audio channels are technically seprate, but you should generally try to be in the corresponding audio-to-text channel when using the server.
Push-to-talk will make you more friends than audio-detection!
Click Here to view the old TeamSpeak Sever Information