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The Programming Lab (often referred to as “The Lab”) was created for CSI-recognized student organizations like yours! This space is open to established and prospective club members to plan, meet, and organize. CSI Student Employees (aka “The Crew”), are here to assist you! Use of the lab may be subject to change to align with University guidelines to protect the health and safety of our community against events such as Covid-19 and inclement weather.

The Lab space features:

  • Whiteboard desks
  • Common meeting spaces
  • Computers and free printing (up to 25 pages)
  • Reservable conference room

The Lab also offers FREE event and marketing items including:

  • Balloons and helium
  • Plastic tablecloths
  • Chalk

These items are distributed on a walk-in basis and no prior request/approval is needed.

The Programming Lab is also home to student organization mailboxes. ALL envelope mail for student organizations can be sent to:

Organization Name
Northeastern University
360 Huntington Ave, 434 CSC
Boston, MA 02115

The Programming Lab also houses limited student organization storage:
CSI provides recognized student organizations with the ability to store items for events and programs on an annual basis. Groups granted storage space are responsible for managing the growth and maintenance of their possessions regularly. Due to a finite amount of storage space, access is competitive and is reviewed and renewed regularly. These spaces are located throughout Curry Student Center and are assigned on a first come, first served basis until all spaces are assigned. 

If the Lab is not open and you need access to your locker please visit the Operations Desk on the 3rd floor of Curry Student Center to ask for assistance. Each student organization will only be allotted one annual storage locker. 

The following items are not permitted for storage in any student organization spaces:

  • Unsealed beverages and/or food items
  • Contraband
  • Weapons
  • Items and supplies for non-Northeastern approved events
  • Items requiring ventilation and/or climate control
  • Perishable food items
  • Personal items
  • Animals
  • Flammable/hazardous items
  • Kerosene bottles or portable stoves

For more information, please visit the Programming Lab at 240 CSC.

This page was last modified on December 4th, 2020 at 11:45 am