The Rush Building houses on campus classes, CCI administrative offices (academic advising, admissions, faculty, etc.) and the iCommons computer lab (open to all CCI students). The building holds 6 classrooms equipped for audio-visual presentation. These rooms typically contain a networked PC, HD video player, ceiling mounted projectors, and other equipment for presentations and demonstrations. Four of these classrooms are fully equipped to function as laptop computing labs for networking, programming and database-related projects.
In 2013, CCI redesigned its Information Technology Laboratory (room 205 in the Rush Building) in support of the undergraduate degree program in information technology. This lab consists of enterprise class information technology hardware that students would encounter in industry positions. The hardware includes 20 high powered workstations that are available to students and specialized networking lab simulation software. The hardware is networked and reconfigurable utilizing multiple virtual technologies as needed for the various classes the laboratory supports. In addition a special system has been built into to the classroom to allow for conversion into a standard laptop computing lab utilizing motorized monitor lifts that allow the monitors and keyboards to recess into the desk.The Rush Building houses on campus classes, CCI administrative offices (academic advising, admissions, faculty, etc.) and the iCommons computer lab (open to all CCI students).
To reserve the Rush Building Alumni Garden, which is available for both Drexel and non-Drexel events, please fill out this form.