University of Michigan-Dearborn prides itself on being the leaders and best which is why we offer the latest tools to help you succeed during your time here.

Below are the variety of labs and learning centers we have.

Student computer labs

  • PC lab - 2046 CASL Building
  • Macintosh Lab - 2048 CASL Building

Labs and Facilities

  • Archaeology Lab

    The Archaeology Lab is the site of research programs, archaeological collections, and teaching.

  • CASL Media Studio

    CASL Media Studio, primarily serving Journalism and Screen Studies and Campus Media Services, is a fully equipped, flexible production space for producing live three-camera television and news, green screen compositing, narrative film shoots, and new media applications.

  • Geospatial Analysis and Mapping (GAM) Laboratory

    The GAM Lab is a state-of-the-art computer lab used to teach Geographic Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing, spatial analyses, geospatial data management, and cartographic principles. 

  • Kochoff Foreign Language Media Lab

    The Kochoff Foreign Language Media Lab was developed to enhance the student language learning experience.

  • Merritt Geode Collection

    Merritt Geode Collection: West Bloomfield resident Bernard Merritt donated a highly valued mineral, geode and fossil collection.

  • Science Computer Lab

    Faculty may reserve the Science Computer Lab for classes or labs. Students are welcome to use the Science Computer Lab during Science Learning Center hours when no classes are scheduled.

Learning Centers

  • Environmental Interpretive Center

    The Environmental Interpretive Center (EIC) is a University of Michigan-Dearborn facility that promotes environmental sustainability through community education and scientific research.

  • Math Learning Center

    The Mathematics Learning Center (MLC), is a student-oriented study environment that supports student efforts towards greater success in their academic careers, particularly in the field of mathematics.

  • Observatory

    The mission of the UM-Dearborn Observatory is to promote the understanding and advancement of astronomy for the benefit of the people of southeastern Michigan.

  • Science Learning Center

    The Science Learning Center is here to help all students succeed in science courses and laboratories.

  • Writing Center

    Come to the Writing Center and get to know peer consultants who receive regular preparation and experience in the tutoring of writing and who want to help you become a more effective and confident writer and researcher — no matter your field of study or expertise.

  • Additional Academic Support

    CASL Academic Support provides students with academic advisors as well as tutoring services and other learning resources.

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