All facilities listed are located in the Computer Science Building.

LABORATORIES AND INTERACTIVE CLASSROOMS

Open Lab (Room 110): 60 workstations running windows. 24/7 with card access when classes are not using the lab. Lab Phone: (970) 491-0615.

Linux Lab (Room 120): 50 very high-performance Linux workstations. 24/7 with card access. Available to CSU computer science students and those enrolled in CS courses (excluding CS110). Lab Phone: (970) 491-7458.

Computer Classroom (Room 215): 26 Linux workstations. Computer projection. 24/7 access when classes are not using the labs. You must have card access to the elevator to access these rooms after hours.

Computer Classroom (Room 225): 26 Linux workstations. Computer projection. 24/7 access when classes are not using the labs. You must have card access to the elevator to access these rooms after hours.

High Performance Computing/Systems & Networks Classroom/Lab (Room 315): 8 Linux workstations hosting Tesla coprocessors and 15 special use machines. Computer projection.

Computer Classroom (Room 325): 26 Linux workstations. Computer projection. 24/7 access when classes are not using the labs. You must have card access to the elevator to access these rooms after hours.

Special Purpose Research Labs: dedicated to research in networking, high-performance computing, software assurance, brain/computer interfaces, IoT, and security.

Related Information:

Tutors are available to help students during lab hours.

Students also have off-campus access to systems and both wired and wireless access for laptops within the department.

If you are interested in an undergraduate assistantship as a lab operator or teaching assistant, please talk directly to the instructor. Positions are filled before the start of each semester. Candidates are selected from the outstanding students in previous courses.

LECTURE AND MEETING ROOMS

Large Classroom (Room 130): Seats 69. Computer projection. Distance teaching enabled. This room is available by reservation only. To reserve please contact the computer science main office staff.

Small Classroom (Room 425): Seats 25. Computer projection. Distance teaching enabled.

Oldehoeft Conference Room (Room 210): Seats 12. Computer projection. This room is available by reservation only. To reserve please contact the computer science main office staff.

IsTeC Videoconference Room (Room 305): seats 20. This room is available by reservation only. Computer science personnel, please contact the CS main office to reserve this room. All others please contact IsTeC (970) 491-2030 for reservations and information.

COMMON AREAS

West-facing atrium lounge (3rd floor): seats 40. Relaxation and collaboration areas. View of the mountains.

Balcony (3rd floor atrium): seats 12; 4 tables. View of the mountains.

NE collaboration area (floors 2-4): Seats 5. Fully furnished.

SYSTEMS HELP AND RESOURCES

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