Programming Resource Center
To learn more about PRC office hours for Spring 2019, click here.
What is the Programming Resource Center?
The Programming Resource Center (PRC) is a "one-stop shop" for all of your programming needs. The PRC was newly created in Spring 2016 to provide additional resources to Department students.
Who can utilize the PRC resources?
If you are a student in a department undergraduate class, you are welcome to come to the PRC for help with programming questions.
Where is the PRC located?
The PRC is the cubicle in the northwest corner of ENB 216 (C4 Lab). ID Card access is required to enter ENB 216. If you do not currently have access to ENB 216, see below to request access. If after one week and access has not been granted, email CSE Technical Support.
Does this replace the help I can get from the Teaching Assistant for my class?
This does not replace the help you get from the Teaching Assistant (TA) for your class but instead supplements this help. Please note that the PRC staff will very likely not be familiar with the specific assignments from your class in the same way as your class TA will be. The PRC staff can help you with programming-related questions.
How can I request access for the C4 labs?
Fill out and submit the lab access request form.
Let us know what you think! Send feedback about the PRC to Dr. Christensen.