What does a non-profit organization like the Huntsville-Madison County Senior Center do when it needs a major overhaul of its gym membership system but has neither the budget nor the time to enact one? Call the iSystems Club at UAH. Through their iGiveBack program, the student-run organization has already helped several local non-profits, providing information systems solutions in return for nothing more than the hands-on experience that the projects afford. "It's a positive thing all around for everyone involved," says Alex Sims, a senior information systems major and the current president of the iSystems Club. "You're making connections with people in the community and with local businesses and you're getting valuable experience. There are lots of benefits!" This particular project challenged the iSystems students with converting a handwritten sign-in process for the senior center's gym, Studio 60, to an electronic tracking system that could keep track of attendees. "Those numbers are really important to us," says Carolyn Rhodes, the center's Fitness Coordinator. "We need to know how many people we serve to be able to apply for grants."