Rogers Building
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Rogers Building

The School of Engineering and Computer Science is housed in the Rogers Engineering and Computer Science Building provided principally through the generous gift of Robert M. and Louise Rogers. It provides modern facilities designed specifically for engineering and computer science. A total of 40,000 square feet of classrooms, offices, and laboratories house the School of Engineering and Computer Science. This building facilitates the education of engineering and computer science students within the overall Christian environment of Baylor University.

Engineering and computer science students have access to a variety of computer systems. All are connected to the campus network and the Internet (except for some intentionally stand-alone systems). All students can store their files on a fileserver that is accessible from most computers on campus. Each classroom contains a computer and a projection system to display computer output. Students and faculty regularly use this equipment for classroom presentations.