J. Newton Rayzor Hall houses the Tandy School of Computer Science and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Located east of the Student Union, Rayzor Hall includes 24 integrated classrooms and teaching/research laboratories, 33 faculty and graduate student offices, two conference rooms, and five student commons areas with a student organizations office.
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