Annual Events

Our community spends much of its time in the state-of-the-art Euler Science Complex, where students work on projects and get help from faculty and staff. And in-between the semesters, students make time to go out and have fun or challenge themselves in creative ways!



taylor students playing paintball

Some days you just need to shoot colored paint at your friends

CSE students and professors eliminate their stress on the paintball field. What better way to spend an afternoon?


students playing game jam

The 2015 GameJam lasted just under 24 hours

A game jam is an intense party where students team up to develop a video game from scratch in a very short amount of time. The TU CSE GameJam is hosted by the Computer Science and Engineering department and Dr. Jon Denning, and run by students at Taylor University. Regardless of major or knowledge of programming, we invite all Taylor students to participate!
Read more about the GameJam from The Echo.

Capture the Flag

Coding that says "hello world!"

Students work together to decrypt malicious code

Capture the Flag is hosted by TrojanSec, the cybersecurity club at TU. Students compete against other universities in real-time to hack into different systems and play a virtual game of capture the flag.
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