CALS Academic and Administrative Technology supports student computers in college facilities that are available to all students. CALS Student Computing Facilities are all equipped with state of the art, networked, multimedia computers and can be scheduled by faculty for use in college courses and programs. These facilities provide a consistent set of software throughout the college that reflects the general and discipline-specific needs of our students and programs. The computers in CALS Multimedia Classrooms share the same software and desktop environment. The facilities are centrally managed by the CAAT office, which is responsible for day-to-day maintenance, network management, training and documentation, management of student lab assistants, and strategic design and planning.
CALS Student Computing Facilities are located in buildings across the NCSU Campus. Our main lab is located in Scott Hall.