Computer Science Lab

Computer Science Lab

The Computer Science Lab is located in Room 22 of the Haggerty Science Building.

Our UD Workstation laboratory is a state-of-the-art facility that functions as both a classroom and a computer lab serving computer science students and faculty in research and teaching.

 

Computer Science Tutoring

SPRING 2019

           

         Sunday            3-5pm 

                                    9-11pm

 

            Monday           3:30-5pm

                                    6-8pm

                                    8-10pm

 

            Tuesday           3:30-5pm

                                    6-8pm

 

            Wednesday      8-10pm

 

            Thursday         3:30-5pm

                                    6-8pm

 

            Friday              3-5pm

 

            Saturday          9-11pm

 

 

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