Starting this first semester of AY 2012-2013, the College of Computer Studies will start holding office at its new location, which is at the basement of the Scanlon Building, Janssen Heights Campus. This move came after the administration decided to provide more conducive classrooms for students at the Main building, where the college was formerly located. The transfer brought about changes and upgrades in the facilities such as the addition of a second IT lecture room, equipped with a mounted projector and screen. Furthermore, its IT Laboratory, which is also transferred is equipped with brand new Lenovo ThinkCentre EDGE 71 i5 desktops. Each of the high-end computer units is made up of the following components: Intel Core i5-2400s Quad Core processor with 2.5 to 3.3Ghz Turbo Boost and 6MB Cache; 4GB DDR3 worth of memory; HDD 500GB, 7200rpm SATA hard drives; Multiburner Optical Drive; Intel HD Graphics; Gigabit Ethernet; Integrated Audio, ThinkCentre keyboard; Lenovo USB Optical Wheel Mouse; and the following motherboard features: Expansion Slots, 6 USB 2.0 (2Front/4 Rear) ports, Card Reader, 2 PCIe x1 slots, 1 PCIex16 Graphics slot, 3 SATA Ports, 1 VGA, 1 DVI, and 1 RJ45 port. It also comes with licensed Windows 7. The computer lab also features a local area network and an LCD projector.
The transfer is in line with the thrust of the university in providing state-of-the-art facilities to its students, who are its main clientele.