The GeForce Student program is all about supporting PC gaming and esports on college campuses across the country. It focuses on building better leaders, advancing awareness of gaming technology, and fostering experiences for students within the exploding gaming industry.

We want you to be a part of this movement.

We believe that how students like you engage with competitive gaming today will influence esports products and services in the future. That’s why we’re reaching out to get your valuable input and connecting with schools who are interested in growing their esports organizations.

As a student at one of our Beta Ambassador Schools, you’re now eligible to join this unique community. Just register your account, tell us what school you attend, and you're in!


NVIDIA is already partnering with 13 Beta Ambassador Schools—and we’re just getting started. You can tap into a wide range of experiences:

GeForce Expertise

NVIDIA Knowledge is your training destination for all things gaming and the central hub of the GeForce Student program. This is your chance to learn about GeForce gaming, technology, services, and the software titles that complete the experience.

Sweepstakes, Promotions, and Contests

Verified GeForce Student members can win prizes ranging from gaming hardware and software to accessories and unique merchandise.

Campus Event Support

Gear up for your school’s gaming events with full systems, laptop loaners, table cloths, and banners. You can even get prizing support with GeForce products to incentivize more people to show up to your event. We’ll help you with everything you need.

GeForce Product Demos and Testing

Get hands-on demos of the go-to equipment for enthusiast gamers and experience seamless, cinematic gameplay with incredible performance and innovative game technologies such as 4K, HDR, and more.

Meetups on your Campus

Find like-minded individuals on your campus to hang out and game! We’ll even provide state-of-the-art gaming rigs for you and your friends.

Learn and Earn

Get access to student specific quizzes, videos, and job aides to earn unique badges and entries into sweepstakes and contests, as well as gaming hardware, accessories, and unique merchandise.

NVIDIA Product Certifications

Building a PC for the first time? What's the difference between graphics cards anyways? Wondering why your monitor has screen tearing? If you have questions, it’s time to level up your knowledge with courses in PC building basics, GeForce GTX 10 Series cards, and NVIDIA G-Sync displays.

Online Tournaments

You’re not just here to game. You’re here to compete in the top esports games on the planet. Here you’ll bond with classmates and test your skills against other students. And, if you just like to watch, there are plenty of hype moments here, too.


NVIDIA’s GeForce Student program ambassadors are a team of volunteer student representatives nationwide who amplify their passion for PC gaming in their local schools. They’re model citizens who embody the best aspects of gaming communities—inclusiveness, contribution, information, and respect.

Ambassadors are the bridge between a school’s gaming community and NVIDIA. Whether you represent a small club of 30 members taking your first steps or an alliance of multiple clubs at a college, the GeForce Student program is here to help your community grow.

This year's GeForce Student Ambassadors are:

  • BU: Danny "Serilium" Kim
  • LSU: Howard "Bonsai Warrior" Tsai
  • MiOH: Emily "Cinnaners" Hays
  • SU: Benjamin "BJXW" Wu
  • UCB: Daniel "Alined" Lee
  • UCI: Jonathan "Skeleton" Solis
  • UCLA: Sunny "Counterpoint" Yen
  • UCR: Aman "Tricky" Ratnani
  • UCSD: Christine "Moon" Fan
  • UBC: Ambrose "aomen7" Lai
  • UGA: Brendon "IcySolace" Ramdeholl
  • UT: Skyler "sscott" Scott
  • UTAH: MIranda "Miracode" Chhour
13 Beta Ambassador Universities


If you’re a part of our 13 Ambassador Beta Schools, please work with your Ambassador to file this Event Support Form*. Where an ambassador is physically present at the event, NVIDIA guarantees one (1) event support kit per quarter. Additional support requests will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

Not a GeForce Student Ambassador? We’d still love to come to your school with event support, if:

  • You’re a student at a North America-based institution who is at least 18 years old
  • You’ll be present to lead the proposed event.
  • Your club/organization has run an event with at least 250 attendees in a single day. We may need to confirm the execution.

Have questions? Please contact

*Event support is limited during Beta. We hope to support more events as this program grows.

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Level up your gaming knowledge

Be a part of the GeForce Student program.