Computer Science IT services

Engineering/Computer Science building
Engineering & Computer Science building

As a student in the department, you have access to specialized computer equipment, software, and network infrastructure that are not available to those in other departments on campus.

We have 2 drop-in labs available to you at all times.

You also have access to the Computer Science Assistance Centre located on the 2nd floor of the Engineering & Computer Science (ECS) building, room 251.  Assistance Centre hours are posted on ConneX for each term.  

ConneX is the department's primary online learning and collaboration management tool that allows students, instructors, and researchers to interactively create and collaborate in shared websites, social networking sites, internet file-sharing and online teaching tools. 

Students taking Computer Science courses can access undergraduate teaching resources within the Department (csc.uvic.ca DNS domain) using their UVic Netlink account. A student's current enrollment status determines whether they can log in to Computer Science undergraduate labs and services. 

Policy on Proper Uses of Computer Science accounts

Visit our Usage Policies site for more information.

Our IT Support Centre works to ensure that you have access to the latest hardware and software in our 10 labs located on the second and third floors of the ECS building. 

Policy on Proper Uses of Undergraduate Laboratories

Visit our Usage Policies site for more information.

You are encouraged to print from any of the pre-configured ECS computer lab PCs in the second and third floor labs. 

Please visit our Printing Support for more information. 

For a comprehensive list of all information on all department web services maintained by the IT Support Centre, please visit the IT Support site.

To report any issues with your computer science account, ConneX, ECS lab computers & printers, or related department hardware and software, please use our Radar Tracking Software system.

Visit conneX, the Department's Learning Management Portal and Collaboration System to find out more. 

Login privileges are available to all computer science students, researchers, faculty, and staff.