*Please note, all campus buildings are closed during the remote period beginning January 19, 2021 and will re-open when classes resume their original modes of instruction on February 15, 2021.
While students are encouraged to attend their remote classes off campus, the University recognizes the need for some students to participate while on campus. An example would be a student who has an in-person class on campus and a remote class immediately after. Spaces have been designated on campus for this purpose:
|Type of Space||Name||Location||Room||COVID Capacity|
|Remote Learning||Art Studio||Smeal||50||12|
|Remote Learning||Student Lounge||Swift||208||11|
|Computer Lab||Student Computer Lab||Swift||201||22|
|Computer Lab||Library Computer Lab||Hiller||Library||6|
|Outdoor Wi-Fi||Student Parking Lot||PL - 8|
|Classroom||IST Teardown Lab||DEF||105||12|
|Classroom||IST Networking Lab||DEF||106||12|
- Please visit the library website to reserve a computer in the library. The library will also have seats available in the general area with limited capacity and social distancing.
- All classrooms on campus will be available for remote learning if the room is currently unoccupied. Please see each room door for availability.
- The upper student parking lot has been equipped with extended Wi-Fi for students to be able to attend remote classes while on campus.
- Students may also utilize weblabs to access specific software installed on campus computers. Students may choose from DuBois Labs (general software) or DuBois Engineering (specialized engineering software, including LabView and Multisim) to complete their work.