Labs are available during the following days and times:
TIGER Lab Schedule (this schedule shows when the room is occupied by a class)
Lab 13 Schedule (this schedule shows when the room is occupied by a class)
7:30 AM - 9:00 PM Monday through Thursday
7:30 AM - 8:00 PM on Friday
1:00 PM - 9:00 PM Saturday and Sunday
The building is also closed for
Football games - no access
Official Holidays (offsite link)
NOTE: When the building is closed for after-hours and holidays, faculty and staff have card-swipe access.
- Undergraduate Labs
- Graduate Labs
- Bloomberg Lab
- Virtual Lab
There are three labs within the building that are available to the general undergraduate population. These are located in Lowder: 011, 012, and 013. Each of these are located on the ground floor. Lowder 011 is controlled by the Office Information Technology (OIT) and the other two labs are controlled by Network and Media Services (a department of the College of Business, located in Lowder Suite 146).
OIT Lab - Lowder 011
OIT Lab - Lowder 011 is an open lab for all Auburn University students. It is comprised of 20 stations. According to OIT's website, when classes are in session, their labs are open whenever the building is open. Sometimes, though, labs will be closed for special events on campus, whenever a class is reserved for the lab, or for routine maintenance.
Official information for OIT's Labs is here.
College of Business Labs - TIGER Lab and Lab 013
Any student taking a College of Business course OR who is enrolled in the College of Business can use these labs. When classes are in session, these labs are generally available from 7:30 AM until 9:00 PM, Monday through Thursday, Friday from 7:30 AM until 8 PM, and from 1 PM until 9 PM on Saturday and Sunday.
The TIGER Lab has over 50 computer stations, which includes four dedicated Bloomberg terminals. Lab 013 has 30 stations and a scanner station. Each of these rooms have an Instructor station which has special controlling features for the lab.
The schedule for this multi-use for each of these labs are posted outside each door of the particular lab.
Harbert College is excited to announce its newest graduate lab (located in Lowder 331), which offers an inviting nook for graduate students to work, study, and finish that pesky midterm. The newly minted space will serve as a vital resource for HCoB graduate students of all stripes, and includes 7 iMac computers that can run both MacOS and Windows. The workspace carries numerous software packages, including Adobe Creative Cloud, the Microsoft Suite, Python, R, SAS, IBM SPSS, Java, Anaconda, and many others. A full list of software applications can be found in the room.
The space also comes equipped with some of the comforts of home—furnished with a fridge, microwave, sink, and a host of other appliances that will make your all nighter go that much more smoothly.
In addition to this space, Accounting graduate students still have access to the MAcc lab and MBA students are able to use the MBA lab, which are both located on the ground floor of Lowder.
Lowder 128 is a room dedicated for Bloomberg access (the TIGER Lab has one dedicated station as well). Access to this resource is controlled by the Department of Finance. Please contact them to arrange access.
The Harbert College of Business Virtual Computer Classroom Lab provides remote access
to much of the same software offered in our physical labs on campus. You must be a
COB employee or a student taking COB classes in order to use this lab.
We have built this virtual environment around the industry leading VMWare software. Therefore, for the best experience, you should download and install the VMWare View Client. More information can be found on the direction pages to the right. (If you are unable to install the software, the lab can be accessed via a standard web browser (requires Flash.)
Information Technology Services:
425 W. Magnolia Avenue Suite 3047
Auburn, Alabama 36949
Phone: (334) 844-2963