The Computer Science Department at Pomona is housed on the second floor of the Edmunds Building, which first opened in January 2007. Edmunds contains faculty offices, classrooms, and computer labs for Geology, Computer Science, and Cognitive Science and Linguistics.
- The Distributed Computing Infrastructure page provides complete information on Unix and Linux support at Pomona.
- The main Pomona CS server, vpn.cs.pomona.edu, is a Dell Poweredge 2970 with two Dual-Core AMD Opteron™ 2212 Processors and 8 Gigabytes of RAM, running GNU/Linux Ubuntu.
- Edmunds 227, the main CS lab, houses a collection of Mac Pros equipped with 8-core processors running Mac OS X Leopard and Ubuntu. This is where Pomona CS majors usually do most of their work (often in the wee hours of the morning).
- Edmunds 229 is the main computer classroom. It contains twenty iMac workstations, and is equipped with state-of-the-art computer projection facilities. It is used exclusively for teaching Computer Science courses.
- Edmunds 105 is the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, reserved for the use of students doing AI research or taking an AI course. It contains five Dell machines running Ubuntu, projection facilities, and plenty of space for working on the whiteboard walls.
- Edmunds 110 is a smaller computer laboratory that is used for security and operating systems classes.