The Department of Computer Science at Grove City College maintains state-of-the-art technology and equipment for students studying computer science.
The Computer Science Lab is housed in the Technological Learning Center and is equipped for use by students enrolled in the Department of Computer Science’s courses. This lab contains state-of-the-art hardware and software systems that complement the TabletPC that every student receives upon enrollment. The lab also houses a variety of high-performance workstations and blades with high-resolution screens and high-performance graphics hardware.
In addition, the Department maintains console-game development stations, Apple MacBook computers, iPods, iPads, Blackberry smartphones, as well as Window Mobile Phone 7 smartphones for mobile application development. The Department also owns and utilizes advanced hardware for graphics application development. All of this equipment is available for both class and research use.
The Microsoft Developer Network software is available for all department majors, and includes many software products (e.g., professional versions of Visual Studio and the Office Suite). Software supporting an Intranet WWW server and video editing are available. The lab is home to a state-of-the-art amateur radio station (K3GCC), with specialized support for software-defined radio projects.