The department maintains a variety of facilities for course work and research.
- GLUW Lab: a 34-seat facility of custom multi-boot (Linux, Windows) workstations.
- Hardware Lab: a lab for assembling and/or diagnosing computer hardware.
- Systems Lab: Systems Lab, a 24-seat specialized lab for OS, networking, and security work.
- Windows Lab: Windows Lab, a 34-seat facility for computer literacy courses.
- CSX Lab (SB 319): This lab is maintained by the Abstraction student club.
- Supercomputing Lab: This lab is the home of the department’s beowulf clusters.
- CCEL Lab: This lab is the “brick and mortar” division of the Christian Classics Etherial Library.
For more information on these facilities, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.