All students enrolling for courses in the Kimmel School must have a laptop computer that meets standard university networking and hardware configuration requirements.
It is recommended that all incoming and prospective Kimmel School student computers have at least 8GB of RAM and an upgraded video card for 3D graphics processing. A Windows operating system is required.
The Kimmel School also uses Virtual Computing Laboratories for instruction.
- Dell Precision Workstation
- Apple MacBook Pro with Boot Camp and Windows*
*May require additional peripherals to run engineering software such as a compatible mouse and keyboard.
For further technical information, please contact the Information and Operations Specialist at the Kimmel School.
Jason A. Foster
The Kimmel School is a college-level unit of Western Carolina University with offices, classrooms and labs located in the Belk Building and Center for Applied Technology on the south side of WCU's main campus in Cullowhee, N.C.
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