Resources

Computer Science Course Web

The Department uses the Moodle learning management system as our "course web" to facilitate communication and interaction for all courses in the undergraduate and graduate programs (with the exception of CS general education courses).  Moodle is also the home to our CS Student Portal, a web site specifically for CS majors that includes timely and targeted announcements, resources, and other relevant information.  Additional information about the use of Moodle is provided on the course web home page (accessible by visiting the following link):

► Go to the CS course web...

Course Syllabi, Materials, and Resources

The course web provides public access to course syllabi as well as most course materials (resources, assignments, etc.) for most CS courses offered since Fall 2003.  Course archives are organized by semester.  When prompted to login, you can click on the "Login as a guest" button if you do not have a CS Moodle account.

► Go directly to the CS course web archives...  

computer science eXperience Tutoring Lab

csX provides free, one-on-one peer tutoring for students seeking help in selected computer science (CS) courses.  Face-to-face and online tutoring is available through csX.

► Learn more about the csX tutoring lab...

Computer Science Lab Facilities

The Department maintains a comprehensive laboratory environment to support teaching and learning.  Our labs are equipped with current technologies and provide a flexible computing environment intended to give students the opportunity to learn and experiment with a wide variety of hardware and software tools commonly used in industry. Eligible CS majors are provided 24/7 access to the labs using their UWG ID cards.

► Learn more about the Computer Science labs...

Scholarships

There are a few scholarships that are available to CS students.  Please also be sure to check with the Office of Financial Aid to learn about other scholarships that may also be available.

► Learn more about available scholarships for CS students...