Facilities

Administrative Offices

The college has different administrative offices on its command.

CCIS Office
Located at N207 2nd Flr., North Wing, PUP Main Building,

Laboratory Operations Office
The Laboratory Operations Office, located at S507 supervises the college’s laboratory operations and maintains the different equipment found in the college.

Faculty Room
The college has provided a separate room for its faculty.  Located at S423, the faculty lounge is where our faculties stay to mingle with colleagues and conduct consultations with CCIS students.

Laboratory

Multimedia Laboratory (MMR1 and MMR2)
A room used for formally or regularly scheduled classes that require special purpose equipment or a specific room configuration for student participation, experimentation, observation, or practice in an academic discipline that uses computers requiring graphic extensive applications such as a multimedia elective class.

Systems Development Laboratory (SDLab 1)
A room used for formally or regularly scheduled classes that require special purpose equipment or a specific room configuration for student participation, experimentation, observation, or practice in an academic discipline that uses computers running GUI based operating system for use with Systems Development Programming.

Software Applications Laboratory (SAL1 and SAL2)
A room used for formally or regularly scheduled classes that require special purpose equipment or a specific room configuration for student participation, experimentation, observation, or practice in an academic discipline that uses computers to introduce Information and Communications Technology to non-I.T. students with Software Applications Training specifically the teaching of Office Productivity Tools.

Programming Laboratory (PL1, PL2, and PL3)
A room used for formally or regularly scheduled classes that require special purpose equipment or a specific room configuration for student participation, experimentation, observation, or practice in an academic discipline that uses computers to introduce the concepts of computer programming as well as theoretical foundations in the field of computer science that would require simulation models.

Learning Resources Center

In the 4th Flr. East Wing, on the BSCS side, is located the Learning Resources Center used as study area of the students.  It also houses some artifacts relating to computer history such as early recording devices/media, parts of computers, and computer processors among others.

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