High Performance Computing Lab
Located in Monroe Hall, Room 442, the lab houses workstations and servers for undergraduate students working on research projects with faculty members in several disciplines. This lab is also used for advanced programming and computational classes. The equipment available to students includes modern Windows and Mac workstations, laptops, wireless access points, a laser printer and a scanner. Several software packages are installed in support of Internet applications, web services, software development and programming, graphics, and database design.
Monroe Teaching Labs
All labs, buildings and dorms are connected through the Loyola network, which provides access to university resources and the Internet. There are several other University labs that have somewhat less powerful computers (PC and Mac) than the department labs which are also open to students most hours during weekdays and somewhat fewer hours on weekends.
The Loyola Mathematics Center, commonly referred to as the "Math Lab", is a multimedia resource center for all Loyola math students. Well qualified students provide one-on-one tutoring for students from Math 092 (developmental math) through calculus, differential equations, linear algebra and discrete math. Interactive computer software as well as video tapes are available to those who prefer these methods of assistance. Scientific Notebook, MATLAB, SPSS, Visual Basic, Java and other programs are available on our computers for the use of the students and staff. Textbooks, solutions manuals and other reference materials are available for almost all undergraduate math courses taught at Loyola. Instruction and assistance using various types of graphing calculators are also provided.
Hours of Operation
- Monday - Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Friday: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Dr. Patrick Corbin, Director
Monroe Hall, 413
Phone: (504) 865-2551