The Chapman Computer Lab is located in Room 103 on the first floor of the Chapman building.
This lab consists of 20 workstations, one server, a printer, a scanner, and an overhead display system. The overhead projector is connected to one of the workstations at the front of the room for in-lab instructional use.
You can see the Chapman Lab
Each workstation is running Windows 7. A large array of software development tools is available on these machines, including various compilers, assemblers, and debugging software.
Accounts in the Chapman Computer Lab are available upon request to any student that has paid the semester based lab fee. Lab fees are collected from students enrolled in any Computer Science course. Students not taking one of these courses may voluntarily pay the semester based lab fee to obtain an account in the lab. Accounts expire, and are archived, after fee payment closes in the first fall or spring semester during which the student has not paid the semester based lab fee. Archived accounts may be kept for up to one year as space permits. Upon request, arrangements can be made to provide students with a copy of their archived data.