Due to the current Operational Status of the campus, physical access to the CAES Computer Labs is prohibited.
As such, the CAES Dean's Office Computing Resources Unit has implemented a Virtual Computer Lab to support online teaching.
- For instructions on how to connect, please visit How to connect to the CAES Virtual Computer Lab.
- For details about getting started, please visit Getting Started with the CAES Virtual Computer Labs.
If you are unable to login to the Virtual Computer Lab but are registered for a course that has a lab reservation, please email email@example.com for assistance.
To provide a modern teaching environment for industry standard software in agricultural and environmental sciences.
The labs support software packages such as: ArcGIS, MS Office, AutoCad, and Adobe Creative Suite. Please review the Software page for the current software list for both labs. Instructors who wish to have specialized software installed in the lab should fill out the Software Request Form. The deadline for software and data installation requests is 30 days prior to the start of the quarter in which the software is to be used. The labs are managed by the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Dean's Office.
1137 PES - Plant and Environmental Sciences
Contains 32 student workstations. The computing lab is designed for regularly scheduled teaching and training (scheduled classes, workshops, short courses, etc.) and for assigned work associated with those classes.
253 Hunt Hall
Contains 32 student workstations. The computing lab is designed for assigned work associated with classes and as an overflow lab for regularly scheduled teaching and training (scheduled classes, workshops, short courses, etc.).