A significant number of departmental computer labs are also located around campus. Department labs are often in use for classes during the day. When not being used for scheduled classes, most are available for student use during normal building operating hours.

The following locations have available computer labs for students to use:

LowerLevel:

  • Scholarly Work Stations - 3 Windows Computers, 1 View Scanner Reader

First Floor: 

  • Scholarly Work Stations - 24 Windows Computers
  • Ames 129 instruction Lab - 26 Windows Computers

Second Floor:

  • Scholarly Work Stations - 12 Windows Computers

Third Floor:

  • Scholarly Work Stations - 12 Windows Computers
  • Thorpe Center - 11 iMacs Computers

Fourth Floor:

  • Scholarly Work Stations - 12 Windows Computers

 

Ames

 

 

 

  • Buck 202 - 31 Window XP Computers
  • Buck 204 - 21 iMac computers.

 

 

 

lrc

 

 

 

  • CLA 200 - 5 Windows Computers , Social Science
  • CLA 160 - 3 Windows Computers, Philosophy Research
Center OF Liberal Arts Room 200
  • CNS E201 - 17 iMacs, Math & Computer Science
  • CNS E202 - 3 Window Computers
  • CNS E204 - 29 iMacs, Math & Computer Science
  • CNS E209 - 17 Windows computers, Psychology
  • CNS E210 - 29 iMacs, Math & Computer Science
  • CNS WN105 - 12 Macs, Biology
  • CNS WN204- 6 Window Computers
CNS Computer Lab

 

 

 

  • Presser 301, 17 iMacs, School of Music
music lab

 

 

  • SFH 122, 24 Windows Computers
  • SFH 323, 6 Computers, Economics Research Lab
State Farm Hall

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In addition to computer labs, all classrooms on campus are connected to the campus network and the Internet. Nearly half of the University's classrooms are also equipped with computer and projection equipment.

Note: Most computers are generally available for student use, unless they are being used by a class


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