Computing facilities include several labs in Johnson Hall and research computing facilities operated by individual faculty.
In Johnson Hall, three computer labs are utilized. The Technology Access Fee (TAF) computer lab is maintained in room 219 with approximately 21 Dell workstations equipped with current ArcGIS and ER Mapper remote sensing software. Additional computing facilities are available in the SAGE lab, operated by Dr. Ozdenerol, which also houses the department plotter.
The Center for Applied Earth Science and Engineering Research (CAESER) also maintains a high-performance computing lab with large-format scanners and printers in Wilder Tower 9th floor that is used for research purposes, but is accessible upon request.
Desktop computers are available for most graduate student offices. In addition, high-speed computing facilities are maintained through the University's Information Technology division.