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Political Science Computer Lab Refresh

Department of Political Science








The Smith Hall 220 computer lab has served the undergraduate and graduate students on North Campus since Autumn 1997. This facility was created with the financial support of the Provost, the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, the National Science Foundation, and prior Student Technology Fee grants. The Political Science Department has an open computer lab policy in busy Smith Hall, room 220 (Main Lab). This lab is open over 90% of the time to all students, study groups, and UW members on a drop-in basis. Access to computing resources is via UW NetID and users can easily connect to UW resources using their NetID. There is also a small lab with three computers and a printer in Smith Hall 41 (Grad Lab). This lab is intended for Political Science graduate students for research and printing.

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Learn about the Student Technology Fee and the proposal process by attending a Workshop led by our staff and receive 1:1 support with your proposal.


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Phone: 206-543-2975
Office: Husky Union Building 305B

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