The department operates an Introductory Programming Lab (IPL) that is located on the third floor of Mary Gates Hall. TAs and consultants will be available at the lab to help students with problems. The recommended software for the course is the jGRASP editor for Windows and Sun's JDK 6.0 compiler for Java.
TAs will be on duty in the lab at various times during the week. They can help answer programming questions that arise while you are working on homework in the lab. Check the Lab Helper Schedule to see when someone will be on duty. There are also lab assistants on duty to check users in and out, to answer questions about operating the equipment, and to retrieve print-outs.
OUGL has a large number of PCs and other equipment. Some of their older machines will not have CSE142/143 courseware installed.
Free walk-in computer classes! For students only.
UW Experimental College. Low-cost, informal courses on computing topics (and many other topics!)
Campus computer facilities are for academic use only. Campus Computers and Communications has established some rules and guidelines which you should review.