Computer Labs

All CHHS computer labs offer Standard software. Special software in each lab is listed in the table below.

  Lab InformationWorkstations
Open Lab
Room 1435

Open to all WMU students; open during extended weeknight hours.
Phone: (269) 387-8444

 
Teaching Lab
Room 1416

Instructional computer lab for courses taught by CHHS faculty. Workstations include SAS and SPSS.

Software includes MatLab, SAS, Citrix (Epic Training).

32 PCs (Windows 10)
Enabling Technology Lab
Room 3008

Instructional computer lab for courses taught at CHHS. Workstations include special software and hardware used primarily for programs such as blindness and low vision studies and occupational therapy and standardized testing.

Software includes JAWS, ZoomText, Duxbury DBT, MatLab, SmartNav, EMWave PC, Citrix (Epic Training).
Hardware includes Braille embossers, flatbed scanners, SmartNav and EMWave sensors.

30 PCs (Windows 10)
Learning Resource Center
Room 1468

For hours and other service information please visit the Learning Resources Center page.

Software includes MatLab, ZoomText, JAWS, Kurzweill, Soothsayer, Rosetta Stone (Spanish), Dragon Naturally Speaking, SmartNav, Smart Casamba.

50 PCs (Windows 10)
Mobile Computing Lab The mobile computer lab is available upon request to CHHS students during specifically requested times only. To request the mobile computer lab, contact the CHHS IT Department Help Desk at (269) 387-7309 or chhs-helpdesk@wmich.edu. 20 laptops (Windows 10)
Unified Clinics Open Lab This lab is open to all WMU students who have clinical hours in the WMU Unified Clinics. It is located in Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies room 3068

7 PCs
(Windows 10)
1 iMac
(Mac OS X)

Hours

Fall and Spring HoursSummer I and II Hours
Monday through Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. 
Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Summer hours may vary. Please contact (269) 387-7309 for more information.

Other University labs

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