Information about campus-wide computing resources may be found at http://www.computing.vt.edu. The Innovation Space provides high quality multimedia resources to the Virginia Tech and regional communities. The center is also free and open to the public. The Charles E. Via Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers the Civil & Environmental Engineering Computing Lab (CEECL) facility. The computer facilities may be utilized as a teaching environment for software-based courses and subsequently as computing facilities for said software application.
Students are personally responsible for computer security, so please visit http://security.vt.edu and review the best practices, rules and regulations associated with computing at Virginia Tech. If you plan to bring a laptop to campus and use the wireless network, visit Communications Network Services to register. Requests for computing assistance may be submitted through the CEE Helpdesk.