From television, video, and audio studios to computer labs, our College offers a wide range of facilities for students to use to gain hands-on experience in and out of the classroom. After students have been trained in the classroom, they are also able to check out equipment, such as video and audio equipment.
In addition to computer labs and studios, we also have research labs and groups where faculty lead and collaborate on research projects. Telecommunications, Information Studies and Media is the home to several research labs and groups where students and faculty converge to design and study the media and communication applications of the future.
|Digital Media Art & Technology (DMAT) Lab|