There are several additional computing labs available for use on campus. Many departments, schools, and colleges run labs for their respective faculty and staff. You may want to check with your department or school/college to see if there are additional computing lab facilities available for your use. Some of the additional computing sites on campus are mentioned below.
The Business School offers several labs for Business students. (Note: Campus Computing Sites is not responsible for these labs.)
CAEN provides access to several sites on both Central and North campuses for use by individuals with CAEN accounts only. CAEN workstations are also available in the following locations: Duderstadt Center, the Shapiro Undergraduate Library Second Floor Campus Computing Site (Rm 2054), and the Shapiro Undergraduate Library Lower Level Campus Computing Site. (Note: Campus Computing Sites is not responsible for these stations.)
The Duderstadt Center is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to all members of the U-M community. It is a campus-wide facility and the computers located there are open to all University of Michigan students. A CAEN computing account is not required for access, and the computers offer the same software environment that is available in the CAEN's Engineering-only computing labs. (Note: Campus Computing Sites is not responsible for this lab.)
The FSSC is only available to medical students 24 hr/day by card reader. It provides access to 15 Windows and 10 Macintosh workstations. In addition to the computing site, it includes a mailbox and information area, bulletin boards for student groups, a large informal lounge, and a quiet study area. The computers in the FSSC are maintained by Campus Computing Sites and contain the same software as our regular full-use workstations.
The Law School Student Computer Lab is available to Law students only after 5:30 p.m. The site provides access to several different workstations and software packages. (Note: Campus Computing Sites is not responsible for this lab.)
Residents of University Housing may also have access to Residential Computing (ResComp) Sites. Each residence hall has a computing site that is equipped with computers, scanners and printers. The ResComp site scanners, printers, and computers are maintained by Campus Computing Sites and contain the same software as our regular full-use workstations. Visit the ResComp website to find ResComp Sites and CLC locations.