Managed by the Population Research Center, the Liberal Arts Computer Instruction Lab (LACIL) consists of two labs: a first-come, first-served General Use Lab available to Liberal Arts Graduate Students, and a Classroom Lab which may be reserved for use by College of Liberal Arts instructors.
8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday
After Hours access via proximity card
(Graduate Students Only - apply for card/access in lab)
General Use Lab
16 Windows PCs
2 PRS printers
The lab is composed of 35 Windows PCs running a wide range of applications. Several statistical packages are available, including SPSS, SAS, and Stata. For more information, or to schedule your class, please contact Steve Boren. The 35 PCs in the classroom are WinXP machines. They allow students and faculty to access programs such as Microsoft Office and Bevoware.