March 23-24, 2019

USF Library

Join us at the University of South Florida’s original 24-hour MLH hackathon!

Registration Closed

Volunteer Mentor

Anything is possibull.

For Hackabull’s second year, we’re bringing the same energy that we did last year: if you can think of it, you can make it.

Work in a team of up to four for 24 hours to make your concept come to life, and then demo your project to judges. The judges decide which teams will win a variety of prizes!

There will be tons of food, free swag, and syntax errors - we hope to see you there.


Saturday, March 23rd, 2019

Time Block
8:00AM-11:00AM Hacker Check-In
11:00AM Opening Ceremony
11:30AM Lunch
11:30AM-12:00PM Career Fair & Team Building
12:00PM Hacking Begins
12:00PM-7:00PM Workshops (details soon)
7:00PM Dinner

Sunday, March 24th, 2019

Time Block
12:00AM Midnight Snack
12:30AM-2:00AM Games/Activities
8:00AM Breakfast
12:00PM Lunch
12:00PM Hacking Ends
12:30PM-2:30PM Demos
3:00PM Closing Ceremony


🤔 What is a hackathon?
A hackathon is an event where students can collaborate, learn, and share their creations. Hackers with different levels of experience hack up a concept in 24 hours to demo to judges.

📋 How do I register?
Click the registration button, fill out the form, and we’ll get you ready to code.

📍 Where is it?
Hackabull will be located on the 1st and 2nd floors of the USF Library.

😪 Do I need to know how to code?
Not at all - all majors and experience levels are welcomed and encouraged. We have workshops, mentors, and more at your disposal if you get stuck.

🤝 Do I need to have a team?
Although you can work in up to a team of four, you do not have to have a team. Also, we will have team matching activities if you would like a team.

🤑 Is it free?
Yes! Meals, t-shirts, swag, and more - all free.

🎒 What should I bring?
Bring your student ID, laptop, chargers, and any hardware you want to use. We recommend sleeping bags, pillows, and hygiene items to keep yourself comfortable.

🚗 Do I have to pay for travel?
We plan to send out a free bus to transport hackers from the school with the most applicants. Unfortunately, Hackabull isn't able to provide travel reimbursements for the current season outside of the bus.

Have a question that we didn't mention here?
Send us an email at info@hackabull.io or message us on Facebook!






Carlos Perez
Hackathon Director

Diego Antolinez
SHPE Tech Director

Daniela Delgado
Head of Logistics

Kayla Cordero
Head of Communications

Ethan Malcom
Head of Finance

Marta Wilczynski
Head of Marketing

Madeline Collins
Head of Design

Axel Rivera
Head of Hacker Experience