Hulbert Computer Lab Schedules
The Hulbert computer labs are available for individual student use for all CAHNRS students, other students enrolled in CAHNRS courses, and those taking any other courses that hold scheduled classes in the labs.
The main computer lab in Hulbert 5 has 26 individual Windows 10 computers available for student use and the computer lab in Hulbert 21 has 12 additional computers. Each computer is equipped with a variety of different software including statistical programs such as STATA 14 and SAS, as well as other software for specific courses. Both labs are located on the ground floor of Hulbert Hall.
Other resources in the lab include a projector and a Coug Prints printer/copier. The printer is connected to computers in both Hulbert labs, 5 and 21, and the cost of printing is $.10 per page. Printing requires the use of one’s Cougar card to pay for prints and copies.
Classes are held in each of the Hulbert computer labs throughout the day. Schedules are posted outside of each lab for students to refer to as well as here, under ‘Lab Schedules.’
General lab hours are posted here and in each of the labs. Labs are sometimes open outside of general hours, but only for scheduled classes.
Lost and Found
If you think you may have left something behind in the lab, send an email to email@example.com and we will check to see if it has been turned in.
Hulbert Lab Academic Year Hours
Mon. – Thurs. 8am – 8pm
Fri. 8am – 5pm
Sat. & Sun. Closed
Mon. – Fri. 8am – 5pm
Sat. & Sun. Closed
Scheduling Protocol and Procedures
The Hulbert Computer Instructional Laboratories are departmental run labs. Scheduling priority will be afforded first to courses taught within the College of Agriculture, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS). The labs are available to be scheduled by courses not affiliated with CAHNRS on a first come first serve basis, so long as the requested time period does not conflict with an existing or future CAHNRS course.
Procedures to schedule the labs are found on right side column of this page.
For more information on computer lab scheduling prioritization, go to the Lab Schedule Prioritization page.
Note: Events 3 months prior & 1 year ahead of the current date will appear in the calendar.
How to Schedule a Lab
- Open your Calendar in your Outlook client
- Start a New Appointment
- Name the event according to the following Naming Format:
- Department – Course Number – Section
- Invite the room as an Attendee to the event. The rooms are:
- Send the Invitation
- If there are no scheduling conflicts, the room will be scheduled for the time you specify.
If you would like to schedule a room for an entire semester, be sure to schedule the room as a reoccurring event.