The Levin College of Public Affairs and Education has several computer labs available for students' use. For information about our labs please see the following:
Center for Educational Technology
The Center for Educational Technology, in conjunction with the Technology Committee, coordinates technology related activities within Levin's Education and Human Services. The Center resources include state of the art computer labs, ePortfolio development stations, and computer work/training areas.
Student Labs: JH112, JH114, JH116, JH118
Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs Computer Labs
Levin School's computer labs are located on the lower level in rooms UR39 and UR40. Software availalble in labs include Adobe CC, ArcGIS, SAS, SPSS, QGIS, (and other software programs). While classes may be held in UR40, when classes are not in session the labs are open to all CSU students.
Student Labs: UR39 (collaborative workspace, quiet conversations permitted) and UR40 (quiet lab)
School of Communication Computer Labs
The School of Communication provides application and teaching lab services to CSU faculty and students. Facilities include: Three student labs, as well as labs/working areas for The Cleveland Stater, Communication Research Center, Media Center, and the School's Podcast Studio.
The School supports over 90 computers with Adobe and other digital production software, along with podcast and digital media production equipment.
Student Labs: MU222, MU228, MU259, G28 (Podcast Studio), G29, and G30
Other University Computer Labs
IS&T maintains several general computer labs across campus for students' use. All IS&T managed labs provide PC and Mac computers, some have quick scan stations, and some have quick-print stations.
Student Labs: BU23, FT103, BH120, SC126 (and others)