CCI Open Computer Labs

Hours & Availability

The College of Computing and Informatics maintains two computer labs, in Burson 239A and Woodward 120, that are open to all declared CCI majors and any students taking a class offered by one of the CCI departments during the term. Room access is controlled by swiping your UNC Charlotte ID card. The computer labs are generally available during the active school terms, but during some time slots, one of the two rooms may be restricted for course lab, testing or orientation purposes. Notifications of availability are posted on the lab doors. The lab may be closed on any day that UNC Charlotte is officially closed, or for maintenance during the spring for fall break periods.

If you are a CCI major, or student taking a class offered by CCI, and your card is not allowing you to gain access to any of the labs, please email or contact the IT Service Desk (704.687.5500) to have access investigated and corrected.

Lab Facilities

Burson 239A has a total of 34 workstations (26 Dells with Windows and 6 Apple iMacs) available 24×7 during the term. These workstations can print to the printer in the front of the room. The 24×7 Woodward 143 computer lab has a total of 12 workstations (8 Dells with Windows, 2 Dells with Ubuntu Linux, and 2 Apple iMacs).

In addition to the two 24×7 open computer labs, there is a specialty computer lab in Cone 169 with 20 high end Windows 10 workstations for use by students in the CCI forensics course sections and CCI Masters majors. CCI students are able to log into the systems, but only students enrolled in the forensics class sections are granted additional administrative permissions to complete lab assignments. The Woodward 140 tiered classroom/computer lab has a total of 52 Windows 10 workstations. It is occasionally made available for CCI group activities when classes are not scheduled.

Lab Use Rules & Regulations

CCI majors and students taking a CCI offered course are granted swipe card access to the room and login permissions to the workstations, and may print in the two computer labs without any additional charge. Students are prohibited from printing items for personal use, so all items being sent to the printer must be related to your UNC Charlotte academic career. Printing is monitored using Papercut, and should not be abused. Students are asked to be considerate and responsible in printing.

Food and drinks are not allowed in the lab.