Welcome to the Engineering Computing Center!
The Engineering Computing Center is a cluster of lab spaces in the Heafey building that provides primary computing resources for instructional and research-related activities in the School of Engineering and STEM.
The Engineering Computing Center currently has 10 computer labs:
- 5 Microsoft Windows 10 labs
- 5 Centos Linux labs
In addition, Engineering Computing Center staff provide support and access to systems in 10 departmental labs. These systems support engineering courses with computing lab components and provide high-end systems for student use on course assignments and projects.
The Engineering Computing Center provides a wide variety of industry-standard technical software packages and hosts a variety of programming language compilers. All students in engineering classes are given accounts to log into any of the engineering labs.
Do you need help connecting to the Engineering Computing Center remotely? Here is the information on how to connect.
The Engineering Computing Center is located on the first floor of Heafey-Bergin, Bldg. 202
The Engineering Computing Center is open from 8:00 A.M. - 12:00 A.M. daily (7 days) and 10:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. during holiday and break periods. However, classes take precedence over individuals accessing the lab.
All students who register for an Engineering class have an account generated automatically for them.
Use your SCU Username and Password to log in to the ECC computers.
The Engineering Computing Center is equipped with administrative personnel who can be contacted for any issues that may arise.
Q. How do I enroll in the Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching to get free software?
All Engineering Faculty, staff or enrolled students can have access to a variety of free Microsoft Operating systems and programs. Please follow the link and it will include instructions on how to create your account. Please note, all support for this program now goes through Microsoft. If you have an account or access issues, you will have to contact them via their support page.
Q. How can I request for the software to be installed?
We only accept resource requests from Faculty members. Faculty members, please use the following link to submit your Software Request Form. We will evaluate your request to make sure it is feasible within the timeline and resources available. Before submitting, please take a look at the available resources listed here in this link: resources.
Q. Do we have remote connectivity to the engineering computing center?
Yes, see the How to Connect page for information on remote access.
Q. Can I access my Windows NT home directory from Unix?
Yes. It is /users/nt/homes/username. Note that if you use NT filenames with spaces in them, you will have to surround the filename with quotation marks to do anything with it on the Unix side.