Fuller Laboratories

Fuller Laboratories

Fuller Laboratories is WPI's newest academic building. Named for George F. Fuller, former chairman of Wyman-Gordon Co. and a longtime WPI trustee, it serves as the heart of the Institute's high-speed computer network, which reaches every classroom, lab, office and residence hall room on campus, not to mention the fraternity and sorority houses. Also here are a host of general access labs filled with Unix workstations, high-power PCs, Macintoshes, laser printers and other computer equipment.

Fuller is home to the Computing and Communications Center, Computer Science Department, and the Academic Technology Center. The building's Perreault Lecture Hall is equipped with modern AV equipment, and its 35mm projectors and Dolby sound system make it a great place to watch films shown frequently by the Social Committee and Lens and Lights Club. The third-floor study lounge offers great views of Institute Park.