★Satisfaction Survey★


With the academic year over, Engineering Computing Services would like your feedback to help us improve. If you would like to provide feedback about the EIT and DSV computer labs, please fill out the survey here!

★Change Your Password★

You can now change your engineering password online with your Net ID and standard Rutgers CAS password - Click here!


Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide reliable and sustainable technology services in a timely and professional manner. We are committed to meeting the needs of all RUSOE students, faculty and staff by equipping and supporting the RUSOE community with quality resources in technology.


Alexei Kotelnikov Associate Director of Information Technology 445-5026 B124B alexei@soemail.rutgers.edu
Robert Perez System Administrator 445-3418 B124C bobby@jove.rutgers.edu
Trent Handlovsky System Administrator 445-3121 D112 trent.h@rutgers.edu
Gao Pan Web Developer 445-3121 D112 gao.pan.1996@rutgers.edu


General desktop support can be obtained from OIT 848-445-HELP (4357). For support from Engineering Computing Services, please submit a request here.

DSV (B125) and EIT (D110) lab hours 

Fall And Spring Semesters


8:00 am

12:00 midnight


8:00 am

10:00 PM


8:00 am

10:00 PM


8:00 am

12:00 midnight


8:00 am

10:00 PM


12:00 noon

6:00 PM


12:00 noon

6:00 PM

Registered users with an account for the DSV or EIT Lab can ssh into dsv.rutgers.edu and access the system remotely.

You have access to all of your files that you can access from the DSV/EIT lab machines (PC Directory). Refer to Accessing ECS Computers for more details. 


Summer, Winter, and Spring Breaks

Mon - Friday 9:00 am 4:00 pm


Summer hours are subject to change due to programs. 

Network access policy

All computers connected online to RUSOE Networks must be registered.

In order to connect a computer to the RUSOE network you need to request a TCP/IP address.  Click on this link  IP Request Form to request an IP address. Most request are processed within 1 business day.

Acceptable use policy

 Rutgers has a policy regarding the use of computer facilities that everyone is expected to follow. Please read this over Computing Policies and Guidelines

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