The Department of Computer Science has a variety of computing facilities
for use by faculty, staff and students. These include
general purpose computing labs provided by the University,
additional instructional labs and administrative computing resources
provided by the department, and specialized labs dedicated to the work
of individual research groups.
- Office of Information Technology
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is the primary information-technology
provider on the University of Colorado Boulder campus, with services for
telephony, media, computing and networking. OIT provides general-purpose
computing facilities to the campus at large and also manages
general-purpose computing facilities for faculty and staff within the
The following OIT labs are located in the Engineering Center and are
generally open to anyone in the CU community with an
OIT Computer Labs
for more information on all OIT computing facilities. Contact
the IT Service Center
with any questions or issues related to these facilities.
- Computer Science Educational Labs (CSEL)
The Computer Science Educational Labs (CSEL) provide instructional
facilities that cover the specialized educational needs of CSCI
classes that cannot be met by the more general-purpose facilities
provided by the University through OIT. The CSEL facilities are
available for use by all Computer Science majors, as well as by all
students who are enrolled in specific Computer Science classes that
require those specialized facilities.
The following CSEL locations (all in the Engineering Center) are
generally open to anyone with a Computer Science login account:
Contact CSEL Systems Administrator
Mark Dehus with any questions
or issues related to these labs.
- Research Computing Labs
Various research groups within the department maintain computing facilities
specific to their individual work. Contact a specific research group
directly for information related to their computing facilities. A
is also maintained to support research computing facilities.