CSEE Computing Labs

Photo of students working in Ketter 208 (computer lab).

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.


Access to the 208 Ketter and 1018 computing labs is a privilege provided to students in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering. All students are required to follow the CSEE Computing Lab Policies (PDF), as well as the university-wide policies on computing and network use.

Students from each discipline within CSEE are permitted access to the computing labs, after a careful review of our policies

208 Ketter Hall

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 15 computers. All CSEE students receive swipe card access upon enrollment in the department.

General Information

  • The door to 208 Ketter Hall is accessible via cardswipe ONLY
  • Students may print documents to printers in Ketter, Bell and Capen halls, or to PDF files.

101 Ketter Hall

The computers in 101 Ketter Hall contain the same software as those in 208 Ketter Hall. There are 10 computers in 101 Ketter Hall, and all CSEE undergraduate receive swipe card access upon enrollment in the department. 

Remote Access

In order to provide all students with software in the computer labs, the Department has worked with SENS to give students remote access. 

Students may request remote access to computers in the following labs:

  • 208 Ketter Hall: 15 machines marked "DO NOT USE."
  • 1018 Furnas Hall: 16 machines