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Computer User Groups

TFUG - Tucson Free UNIX Group - The purpose of the Tucson Free Unix Group is to provide mutual support in installing and running free Unix operating systems, such as Linux and FreeBSD. The group encourages the development of local expertise in using these wonderful operating systems and the software available to them. In addition to a listserv, wherein members can communicate, the group encourages the development of friendships, social gatherings, and otherwise hobnobbing with our fellow free Unix users.

MVCUG - Mountain View Computer Users Group - The Mountain View Computer Users Group is a multi-platform computer users group serving the community interest of Sierra Vista, AZ, and the surrounding Cochise County area. With a little over 200 members, we are one of the largest User Groups in the South Eastern Arizona region. The MVCUG is composed of about 50% Macintosh and 50% DOW (DOS, OS/2, and Windows) users.

PLUG - Phoenix Linux User Group - PLUG is a very informal group of folks who get together every once in a while to talk about the state of Linux, what they've recently done with Linux, share problems and solutions, and in general, well, BS about Linux. No knowledge of Linux is presumed or required, although most members are running Linux. PLUG membership is free and open to anyone. We also welcome users and fans of all Free Software and Open Source Software such as GNU and BSD.

AZSAGE - Arizona SAGE - AZ SAGE maintains a loose affiliation with USENIX. Organize in an informal manner without formal bylaws, and lead by a volunteer planning group of 3 to 8 members. The group consists of BOTH users and system administrators. AZ SAGE openly encourages and invites new participants of all levels of expertise and experience. We also promote a learning environment through discussion panels, vendor presentations, and open group discussions on hardware, software, and general user issues and experiences.

AZIPA - Arizona Internet Professionals Association - AZIPA (Arizona Internet Professionals Association), founded in mid-1998, is cross-functional (business, technology, art, finance, law, education, government, etc.) and the catalyst for people doing Internet-related work in Arizona to get together, learn together, and work together - building the ecosystem and interconnections for a thriving Internet industry in Arizona.

AZTCS - Tucson Computer Society - Founded in 1982, the Tucson Computer Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, is an association of more than 1,000 business people, executives, entrepreneurs, home users, and experts of all levels who share problems, solutions, ideas, and information about a wide range of personal computer hardware and software. Our mission is to shine the light of knowledge into the P.C. shadows for those whose tasks at home and at work increasingly depend on computer expertise.

Schools, Colleges, and Universities

Cochise College - Cochise College was established in 1961 as the second community college in Arizona. From the first semester, the College has been committed to serving citizens throughout the county offering classes in Willcox, Benson, Bisbee, Fort Huachuca, Sierra Vista, Douglas, and outlying areas. Cochise College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Institutions of Higher Education.

University of Arizona South - We aim to provide quality liberal arts and professional instruction as a branch campus of the University of Arizona that allows the citizens of the State, and primarily Cochise County, to obtain degrees and develop fully their intellectual and professional capabilities as well as gain an appreciation of diversity.

University of Arizona South Continuing Education - UASCE offers non-credit classes during the day, evening and weekend in topics ranging from IT certification to workplace training. UASCE is a self-supporting, not-for-profit outreach of UA South in Sierra Vista, designed to meet the professional development needs of the Southern Arizona community. Customized curriculum, dedicated classes and on-site training are available in addition to regularly scheduled, public classes. Outreach such as company-wide or individual educational assessments are also available. Contact us today to assist in your educational goals!

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