January 17-19, 2020
Patterson Hall, Troy University
About
Get ready for a weekend full of learning, innovation, and fun at TroyHack, Troy’s first Hackathon! Take a dive with us as over 300 students from across the nation come to learn about the latest technologies, build innovative projects, and showcase their work. Come and explore the world of technology through interactive workshops, receive mentorship from experts, and network with top companies. Featuring fun activities, delicious meals, awesome prizes, and tons of swag, this is a wave you won’t want to miss!
Code of conduct
Schedule
Friday 01/17/2020
6.00 PM Check-in begins
7.00 PM Dinner
8.30 PM Opening Ceremony
9.30 PM Team Finding
10.00 PM Hacking begins
10.30 PM Beginners Workshop: Build your first website
11.59 PM Midnight Snacks / Karaoke
Saturday 01/18/2020
8.30 AM Breakfast
10.30 AM Smash Bros Tournament
12.00 PM Lunch
1.30 PM Beginners Workshop: Making your first voice app
2.30 PM Yoga
3.30 PM Mobile Apps Workshop
4.30 PM Resume Workshop
6.00 PM Web Scraping Workshop
7.00 PM Dinner
8.00 PM Rock Paper Scissors
9.00 PM Cryptography Workshop
10.00 PM Cup Stacking
11.59 PM Midnight Snacks / Karaoke
Sunday 01/19/2020
8.00 AM Breakfast
9.30 AM Judges meeting
10.00 AM Hacking Ends
10.10 AM How to Demo Workshop
11.00 AM Expo
12.30 PM Closing Ceremony
FAQ

A hackathon is a weekend-long event where students come together to learn about the latest technologies and build innovative products.

TroyHack is taking place from January 17th through the 19th at Patterson Hall, Troy University.

None! We welcome students from all academic backgrounds and skill levels, so don’t be afraid to come and join us! We’ll have introductory workshops for you to learn new skills, people to help you out, and great tools to build your projects. Whether you’ve never coded before or have lots of experience, there’s a place for you at TroyHack!

If you’re currently a college student or have graduated in the past year, you're more than welcome to attend! Not a student? No problem! You can attend as a mentor and help out our students!

Be sure to bring your photo ID, laptop, phone, chargers, a change of clothes, toiletries, and any other devices you want to use. A government-issued ID is required to rent any hardware.

TroyHack allows you plus a max of 3 others (4 total) to form a team and participate. You can either form your own team or attend our team formation workshop at the beginning of the hackathon. You can also work by yourself. We strive to let students forge new connections with people from other states and encourage you to work with people you don’t know.

The event will have many activities for participants including networking sessions, tech talks, engineering workshops, and much more. Feel free to attend as many or as few of these activities as you want in addition to coding your project.

Free parking for all hackathon attendees at the Wallace Parking Lot
Sponsors