Our Facilities

We are proud of our facilities, and even more so following the renovations of Hathaway Hall in 2007-2008. Below are pictures and descriptions of our computer labs. Please feel free to contact us to arrange a visit to our campus and facilities.

The Division is an active participant in the Microsoft DreamSpark program which not only makes all the current Microsoft developer tools, platforms and servers available in our labs and classrooms, but also makes them available for students to use at home or on their laptops — at no additional cost to our students.


Instructional Lab HH-300

  • Student workstations – 29
  • Basic Usage – classroom instruction, presentations
HH 300 - General-Purpose Lab

Hathaway 300 – General Purpose Lab

HH 300 - General-Purpose Lab

Hathaway 300 – General Purpose Lab


 Security Lab HH-313

  • Student workstations – 16, plus a dedicated virus propagation network
  • Basic Usage – experimentation, classroom instruction, presentations
HH 313 - Security Lab

Hathaway 313 – Security Lab

HH 313- Security Lab

Hathaway 313 – Security Lab


Game Development Lab HH – 320

  • Student workstations – 20
  • Basic Usage – game programming & development, classroom instruction, presentations
HH 320 - Computer Lab

Hathaway 320 – Game development Lab

HH 320 - Game Development Lab

Hathaway 320 – Game development Lab


Linux/UNIX Experimental and Graduate Assistant Research Lab HH – 322

  • Computers Available – varies according to research needs
  • 8-Node high performance cluster
  • Fermi GPU Server
  • Operating Systems – mix of Linux/Unix/Windows, clients and servers
  • Basic Usage – experimentation and research, small group discussion and instruction, presentations
HH 322 - Graduate Research Lab

Hathaway 322 – Graduate Research Lab

HH 322 - Graduate Resarch Lab

Hathaway 322 – Graduate Research Lab

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