About our Buildings, Rooms and Labs
UH Main Campus
Main Campus activities for the College of Technology are housed primarily in three separate buildings.
- Technology 1 (T1) - Also called the Technology Annex, this is a one story building housing several labs and classroom facilities. This was one of the first buildings to be built on the University of Houston campus.
- Technology 2 (T2) - This is a three story building that houses numerous classrooms and computer labs and the administrative offices for the College of Technology and its departments.
- Isabel C. Cameron Building (CAM) - Houses the Human Development and Consumer Science Department office and most of its labs and classrooms.
The College also offers program courses at UH satellite campuses:
- UH-Northwest Campus - located on Hwy 249, this campus offers courses for students in the Tomball and northwest Houston area.
- UH Sugar Land - located on Hwy 59, this campus offers courses for students in the Sugar Land and the southwest Houston area.
Our Classrooms and Labs
The College of Technology has numerous classrooms as well as computer labs for training students in the latest technical disciplines. In addition, each department has its own labs for teaching and research (Engineering Technology, Information and Logistics Technology and Human Development and Consumer Sciences).
Additional labs associated with the College of Technology with their own web sites include the following:
- The ATT Technology Lab serves as a hub for the international educational and research community to facilitate the exchange of ideas and information.
- The Engineering Technology department has labs for the computer engineering and electrical power programs.
- The Instructional Support Services lab provides instructional support services for students and faculty.
- The Optical Networking Research Lab (ONRL) covers research in optical networking supported by AT&T and Sprint.
- The Intelligent Sensor Grid and Informatics Lab (ISGRIN) covers research in biomedical sensors and image processing, intelligent systems, distributed sensor networks, digital control systems and mechatronics.