Engineering Science and Physics Learning Center

LOCATION:   Rooms 7-111 and 7-109a
SIGN-IN/SIGN-OUT:   In order to qualify for state funding to keep the Center open, we must have everyone using the facilities remember to sign-in.
HOURS:   Generally 8:30am to 4pm on weekdays.
Evenings and weekend hours are available with special permission. See Sue O'Brien in 8-630.
DESCRIPTION:   The Engineering Science and Physics Learning Center has been created to provide students with a quiet place to study physics and engineering or other course work. We hope that this room will give you a better opportunity to meet with other students and form study groups. We strongly encourage you to use the room several hours a week to study.

To provided extra help for students, our department faculty will be assigned to the room for several hours during the week. It is expected that faculty will post homework and test solutions in the center. A variety of reference books are also available. Room 7-109a also has a few computers and a printer for student work to be completed on.

INSTRUCTOR AVAILABILITY:   Instructors will be present several hours per week to assist students. Check the schedule that is posted next to the door shortly after each semester begins.
  • 5 Pentium III computers
  • 1 HP LaserJet Printer
  • 1 Telephone for internal calls
  • Windows XP
  • Word
  • Excel
  • Mathcad
  • Mathmatica
  • Graphical Analysis
  • Visual C++
  • SolidWorks
  • Internet connections
PROBLEMS:   Contact: Sue O'Brien at 2001, room 8-630 or Kevin Soule at 2482, room 7-103

All computer equipment is for academic use only.
No game playing will be allowed!