Students learn how to use the latest computer equipment and technology in the Seaton Computing Center (SCC).
Motivational quotes line the halls of the SCC.
There are several areas for students to sit and work on classwork.
- Constructed in 1990, the 18,500 square-foot center houses computer-specific classrooms for the Computer and Information Science, Computer and Information Technology, and Office Technology Information programs.
- A $6.5 million renovation, completed in 2013, resulted in specialized clusters that include high-tech classrooms, a visual and simulation lab, networking hardware labs, a server/internetworking lab, software/web development labs, and end-user labs. This collection of resources can be shared to address the changing needs of all three program areas.
- An open student work area promotes student engagement and collaboration.
- View the floor plan