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Student Resources

Engineering & Computing resources specific to the Armstrong Campus

Lane Library & Learning Commons

  • Lane Library & Learning Commons resources
  • Computer Labs for students
  • Check Lane Library website for current hours (these may vary by semester, holidays, between semester, etc.)

Science Center – SC

  • Two-building complex specifically for science and technology programs and coursework
  • Connected by a glass bridge walkway on the second level
  • Computer Lab open to all majors | rm 129
  • Department of Computer Science offices | rm 202
  • Department of Information Technology offices | rm 202
  • STEM Success Center | rms 132-134

STEM Success Center
SC | rms 132-134

  • FREE TUTORING
  • Tutoring in STEM-related subjects
    • examples: Anatomy, Physiology, Biology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics
  • Range of professional level software for student use
  • Current versions of textbooks & lab manuals are available for student use in the STEM Success Center
  • No appointment is necessary | Confirm hours each semester

University Hall – UH

  • Designed with a nod to Savannah’s historic downtown area
  • Patio Cafe with outdoor patio dining space | Confirm hours
  • One of the largest academic buildings on the Armstrong Campus
  • Computer Lab serves as a general-purpose lab & an IT classroom | rm 112
  • Department of Engineering offices | rm 242
  • College of Engineering & Computing Assistant Dean’s offices | rm 242
  • Engineering Learning Center | rm 240

Engineering Learning Center – ELC
UH | rm 240

  • Mondays – Thursdays 9am – 5pm | Confirm hours each semester
  • Computer lab with engineering software available to students
  • Peer Tutor Assistance
    • STEM courses such as Graphics, Statics, Engineering…
    • MATLAB –
      • MATLAB Marina is a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) for student learning of programming concepts using a technical computing language. Module examples: Fundamental Programming Concepts, Advanced Programming Concepts and Applications

Mechanical Engineering Lab
Annex 2 bldg | rms 121 & 122

  • 4 mini-lathes
  • 4 mini-milling machines
  • 2 3D printers
  • Rapid Prototyping milling machine
  • Phase II Rockwell hardness tester
  • Drill press

Electrical Engineering Lab
Annex 2 bldg | rm 116

  • Tektronix oscilloscopes
  • Analog and digital design trainers
  • Electronic components
  • 13 computers

Last updated: 7/16/2019