RLT offers a variety of technology resources specific to the needs of CBS undergraduates. Many of these are made available with the CBS Collegiate Fee.
MATLAB is a high-level language and interactive environment that enables you to perform computationally intensive tasks faster than with traditional programming languages such as C, C++, and Fortran.
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The software listed here is licensed directly by CBS. Below are other University options for purchasing or accessing software.
Each semester, CBS undergraduates receive a $10 credit on their UCard to use on CBS printers. Unused Fall semester balances carry forward to Spring semester. Balances reset to $0 just prior to start of new academic year. Additional prints use Gopher Gold account at a CBS rate of 8¢/page; non-CBS rate is 12¢/page. Details can be found here.
How to use: WTS Connection Guide
Windows Terminal Services (WTS) is a collection of Windows servers with many University and CBS applications pre-installed. Any CBS student can connect from a University-owned or personal computer when on the University network or connected remotely via VPN. This is provided by a partnership with CLA's LATIS team.
Student use of technology resources is governed by University policies. This list should not be considered exhaustive.