The main computing facilities for College of Engineering are located in 274, 268 and 208 Snell Engineering Center. Labs and classrooms containing workstations running Windows XP and Solaris are available for student use.
Help is available at all times for common computing problems that you may encounter while doing your assignments in the lab.
In addition to the College's facilities in the Snell Engineering Building, the University's InfoCommons has Windows and Macintosh computers for student use.
Each Engineering department has its own complement of specialized computers, which are used for research. Faculty, students, and staff now have access to the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC), a data center dedicated to research computing.
Northeastern's residence halls have reliable, high-speed ResNet connections in every room. These dedicated wired ports deliver speeds up to 100 Mbps. Wireless network service is available everywhere on the main Boston campus, including classrooms, administrative areas, and common spaces. Current students and faculty may also dial in to the campus network from off-campus locations free of charge if they are within the local calling area.