"Graduation is futile!"
Established 42761.3



The mission of the Borg Institute of Technology is to advance knowledge and educate newly assimilated drones in science, technology, and other areas of scholarship that will best serve The Collective in our quest for perfection.

It is the goal of every inferior species to be assimilated into The Collective. By assimilating the culture and technology of various races throughout the galaxy, we improve the overall quality of life for all species. Assimilation is a swift and "painless" procedure, and can be accomplished on a large scale. Preparation is irrelevant. Self-determination is irrelevant. You must comply. Resistance is futile. All species will ultimately become one with the Borg.


We are a race of cybernetically enhanced humanoids from the Delta Quadrant. Our bodies contain cybernetic implants, the purpose of which is to give us a distinct technological advantage over the many inferior species we encounter.

Our symbol, the stylized claw over a background of circuitry, defines who we are; an amalgam of organic with synthetic. We strive toward perfection. We wish to improve ourselves.

Each of us is outfitted with specialized hardware so that specific tasks can be performed. Furthermore, we're connected to each other via a sophisticated subspace communications network, forming a group consciousness which we call The Collective.


Our campus currently covers an impressive 4037 square kilometers on our homeworld. We have received numerous awards for its layout and design. Campus expansion and renovation is a top priority and one we take pride in. Many years ago it was determined that the most efficient time to add-on to the campus would be during the longest uninterrupted regeneration cycle of the semester. Unfortunately, it happened to be our Commencement Ceremony. As a result, each year's graduating class adds 10 square kilometers to the campus.

"It is a triumph of Borg collective unity. It couples technological superiority with choking urban sprawl. It's a "must-see" for the entire family." - Architectural Design Drone #575, Quaternary Adjunct of Unimatrix 4, Subjunction 7

A campus map is available for those of you who wish to visit. Guided tours are irrelevant. Parking is futile. You will be assimilated.


We are strong because we work as a team. By connecting ourselves to The Collective, we can rapidly adapt to any outside stimulus. Most defensive/offensive maneuvers are limited to one (at the most two) attempt(s). Our swift adaptability is one of the reasons we have assimilated so many civilizations so easily. This is why the Borg Institute of Technology should be YOUR choice as an institution of higher learning. Enroll today!


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Disclaimer #1
Star Trek, Starfleet, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: DS9, Star Trek: Voyager, Borg, Klingon, Romulan, Cardassian, ad infinitum are all registered trademarks of Paramount Pictures (a Viacom Company), from as far as I can tell.

Disclaimer #2
This webpage (and its subsequent local offshoots) is a piece of fictional material I developed based on information found in The Star Trek Encyclopedia - by Mike Okuda, Denise Okuda, and Debbie Mirek. Any references herein to things like Borg Vessel Registry Numbers, the number of organisms on the Borg Home World or in any of the Borg Vessels, the existence of BORG-NET, specific members of the BORG who don't appear in Trek-literature, or any of the technology I mention as being used by the BORG is purely fictional and is not considered part of Star Trek canon. 8)

Disclaimer #3
Thanks to Maurice Hurley for introducing the BORG in the Star Trek:TNG Episode "Q-Who?".

Disclaimer #4
I'm not doing this for money. I do it because I'm a fan of the show, and I have way too much freetime. Hehehe...8)

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Last updated: December 6th, 2000