The CSEE computing lab space provides all of our students with
an area to complete academic work. Each of the CSEE computer labs
recieve hardware updates once every three years, so we may equip
our students with the most up-to-date PCs.
Students from each discipline within CSEE are permitted access to the computing labs, after a careful review of our policies
This computer lab is located in the civil and structural engineering building, Ketter Hall. The computers in the lab contain a number of engineering software essential to complete some of the work required in engineering courses. The space contains 30 computers, and the lab is open 24 hours a day. All CSEE students receive swipe card access upon enrollment in the department.
This computer lab is located in one of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) shared buildings. Sixteen of the computers belong to the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering. This is an ideal space for students to work and collaborate with members of other SEAS departments. All CSEE students receive swipe card access upon enrollment in the department.
The department has computer labs in two buildings: Ketter and Furnas Halls. Both civil and environmental engineering majors have the advantage of computing lab space.
Director of Undergraduate Studies, Civil Engineering
Dr. M. V. Sivaselvan
238 Ketter Hall
Director of Undergraduate Studies, Environmental
Dr. James N. Jensen
207 Jarvis Hall
Undergraduate Academic Coordinator
Ms. Éva McGovern
212E Ketter Hall