The Robotics Engineering Technology (RET) program is housed in the Eberly Science and Technology Center on the main campus. A large, multi-use robotic/automation/mechatronics laboratory includes updated technology and new equipment to support the RET program. Additional Eberly classrooms and laboratories such as the CADD and electronics labs are shared with other engineering technology programs. a multitude of resources are available to the students. The lab contains laptops, an extensive supply of Vex building components, an array of sensing devices including GPS, compass, range finder, ultrasonic sensors, as well as many others. An assortment of motors and motor controllers, LCD displays, and cameras are also available for students to intergrate into their projects. the facility also includes basic hand tools, power tools, grinder, power hacksaw, drill press, sheet metal brake, MIG welder, and a size Haas CNC mill.