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Wednesday, 23 February 2005

All General Access Labs are available 24 Hours. For EB building and lab access via key card, see Student Services in EB100. An MCECS account is required. CS students must visit the CS tutors to request access activation. All Engineering students have access to EB 325, and FAB 55-17.  You may have access to other labs biased on your major. All other lab access may be granted through your department.

Account Type

Where You Can Log In

ECE Unix

FAB 60-19 ECE VLSI (Redhat) Lab (21 computers) map

ECE Windows

FAB 60-01 ECE Tektronix Lab (34 computers with TLAs) map

CS Linux

FAB 88-10 CS Linux Lab A (Penguin Lab, 26 computers) map

CS Linux

FAB 88-09 CS Linux Lab B (Particle Lab, 21 computers) map

Windows (All departments)

EB 325 EB MCECS General Lab (41 computers) map
FAB 55-17 FAB MCECS General Lab (35 computers) map


FAB 55-17 FAB MCECS General Lab (10 computers) map


On this map EB is the Engineering Building, and FAB is the Fourth Avenue Building.

A clickable dynamic map is available here: Facilities And PSU's main map is here: Campus Map

Lab Rules And Guidelines

Lab rules and guidelines can be found in the Guidelines section under Lab Rules

Restricted-access labs

In addition to the labs listed above, there are also research labs, class-related labs, and special-project labs. Access to restricted labs is handled by the affiliated departments.

Lab Closures

We make every effort to ensure that the labs are open during the posted hours. However, we may be forced to close one or more labs due to class lab reservations or unforeseeable circumstances. Check the posted calendars outside of the labs and check out the CAT news page and CAT twitter for alerts and important notices.

Other Campus Labs of Interest (not run by theCAT)

There are also computer labs not run by the CAT and are not a part of MCECS. These student labs are managed and supported by OIT. Learn more about these spaces here. This will navigate away from the CAT website.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 15 August 2017 )

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