ICS Alumni

ICS alumni at Homecoming

You're off campus and on your career path. But you can still make a difference in the Bren School community, whether you've moved down the block, across the country or around the world. For information on involvement opportunites, view the programs below or contact us at khuerth@ics.uci.edu or (949) 824-3074.


Hall of Fame

ITo honor those alumni who have made a significant impact in their profession or, in other ways, have brought distinction to the School, we created the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences Hall of Fame. To learn more about the Hall of Fame and its inductees, visit the ICS Hall of Fame website.


Class Notes

We're looking for your Class Notes! Whether you have a new job, started a new company or have any other exciting professional or personal news you want to share with other ICS alumni, we want to know. Please submit all of your Class Notes online so that we can consider them for the next ICS Annual Report, as well as on social media and our website.


Stay Connected

Do we have your most current email and mailing addresses? To get the latest news about the Bren School, as well as exclusive alumni event invitations, please click here to update your contact information. 


ICS Alumni Chapter

The Donald Bren School Alumni Chapter welcomes Anteaters interested in leadership and volunteer roles. In addition to networking and alumni outreach, the chapter offers opportunities to get involved with Bren School student groups. To get involved, please contact Kristin Huerth at khuerth@ics.uci.edu


Butterworth Product Development Competition

The Butterworth Product Development Competition encourages the development of new, technically innovative products by ICS graduate and undergraduate students. Formely known as hITEC, this program offers alumni a chance to mentor a team of students as they develop a new product and attempt to enter it into the marketplace. Learn more »


Undergraduate Mentorship Program

The program, comprised of alumni, community members and industry professionals, forms meaningful relationships with female and other traditionally underrepresented students in the fields of engineering and computer science where they explore career interests, academic guidance and personal development. Learn how to get involved as a mentor here.