Location varies by campus/center. View locations and operating hours.
Operating hours vary by campus/center. View hours.
Yes, you must be a registered student and have a bar-coded student ID card. You must create a NetID (student network account).
No, printed instructions are available in the computer lab or any of the Lab Technicians can assist you. You can also print the instructions for creating a NetID at the Student Networks Account page.
After you create your student NetID, you will have access to the internet and a web-based email account which will be automatically created for you. Find out more about Student Academic Email.
No. The computer lab is for currently enrolled students who have no financial obligation to the college. Alumni may use the computers at Career Services for resume assistance, and internet job searches.
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Yes, but earphones must be used and the volume must not be high enough for others to hear.
No. The lab is to be used for homework assignments, resumes, learning new software, or internet research.
No. Computer hard drives in the open computer lab and classrooms are cleaned periodically and non-program files are deleted. Instructors who have files to which students require access should contact ITS Field Operations staff after reviewing the software installation policy. Faculty and students should save all work to flash drives.
No. Running your personal business is NOT permitted in College labs.
Lab technicians are permitted to help you with questions about hardware and particular software problems. They are not permitted to tutor or teach student homework assignments or computer concepts. Make sure you understand your assignment before you leave class.
ITS Field Operations is responsible for installing and maintaining software on all computers in classrooms and the open computer lab. For more information, please see the software installation procedures.
Please inform a Lab Technician at your location for any problems with the computers, printers, and scanners in the open computer lab. Do NOT attempt to fix the problem yourself. Faculty may call the Helpdesk to report a computer problem.
The person who last used the computer did not properly shut it down. Booting in safe mode can take care of problems caused by improper shutdown. Boot in safe mode, shut down the system normally and then restart the system normally.