University & Department Resources
Based on a tradition of teaching excellence, Cal U offers a dedicated faculty and small class sizes.
At the same time, the department has state-of-the art facilities that allow many courses to be taught in computer laboratories. We emphasize learning technologies in demand in the marketplace. Wireless broadband is available in the Eberly Science and Technology Building, in student dorm rooms, and at other campus locations. We have a computer laboratory near our classrooms for students’ convenience. This is in addition to the many computer laboratories available throughout the campus. Our Computer Science program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
Computer Science Projects Lab (EBE 301) contains reconfigurable furniture to facilitate individual students and work groups as they plan, design, develop, test and analyze computer and electrical engineering technology-related senior-level projects.
Senior Project Lab (EBE 309) is equipped with Windows and Mac workstations allowing students to implement their hands-on and real-application-oriented senior projects.
State-of-the-art Labs (EBE 342 & 350) are accommodated with Windows workstations installed with state-of-the-art program to help individual student comprehend computer science core courses.
Interactive Group Lab (EBE 360) is designed to facilitate collaborative team work, containing round tables and Windows workstations.
The Computer Club at California University of Pennsylvania gives students the chance to share knowledge with each other as well as make connections both inside and outside of campus for the future.
It offers a gaming tournament with prizes and several small events such as movies and small video game debates. The club is also in the process of opening a computer helpdesk for students on campus. Other activities include trips to computer museums, guest speakers, "how to" sessions, computer building programs and gaming parties.