The School of Computing is primarily located on the Allendale Campus and has some excellent computing facilities to support our students and faculty needs. We have four primary computing labs, three research labs, two student project rooms, and a student success center all to support our academics. Students have physical access to the facilities through a computing keycard that also provides access to the building after hours.
Applied Computing Institute – Provides experiential learning / applied research opportunities for computer science students and faculty, and collaborative opportunities for our industry partners.
Distributed Execution Network Lab – This lab is a place for students to learn about and perform research in high performance computing, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
Networking & Security Lab – This lab is being used to support both applied research and teaching activities in computer networking, systems security, and cybersecurity.
Student Project Rooms
MAK C-2-418 Student Project Room – This meeting room is equipped with a whiteboard, and power outlets and capacity for groups of six or less.
MAK C-2-504 Student Project Room – This meeting room is equipped with a whiteboard, and power outlets and capacity for groups of six or less.
CIS C-Wing Conference Room – This meeting room is equipped with a Smart Kapp whiteboard, 62 inch HD display, power outlets and capacity for groups of ten or less.
CIS D-Wing Conference Room – This meeting room is equipped with a large whiteboard, overhead projector, screen, Elmo projector, a small reception area for coffee, power outlets and capacity for groups of twelve or less.
CIS Meeting Room – This meeting room is equipped with a Smart Kapp whiteboard, 55 inch HD display, power outlets and capacity for groups of six or less.
The following links contain more information about the labs, including technical, access, and procedural information.
Linux Tutorials – These tutorials will help you learn Linux basics so you can get up and running quickly.
CIS Keycards – Access to these labs require a keycard as they are not for the general GVSU student population.
Accounts – EOS and Architecture labs require a separate sign-on than from the University general labs.
Web Space – EOS users may host personal web sites from their space.
Remote Access – Console, Graphical, and VPN.