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Computer Lab Hours and Locations

CCAC provides open computer labs at each campus and selected centers for use by students to complete homework assignments, learn new software, search the Internet and create resumes.

The computer labs are closed during the extended closing of CCAC campuses due to the coronavirus pandemic.



Fall/Spring Term Hours

Allegheny Campus
Location: SSC 321
Computers: 65
Phone: 412.237.8700

Monday through Friday:
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Weekend: Closed

Boyce Campus
Location: South Wing Room 588
Computers: 35
Phone: 412.237.8700

Monday through Friday:
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Weekend: Closed

North Campus
Location: Room 2004
Computers: 20
Phone: 412.237.8700

Monday through Friday:
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Weekend: Closed

South Campus
Location: L Wing Room L482
Computers: 80
Phone: 412.237.8700

Monday through Friday:
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Weekend: Closed

Access to computers, specialized software, printing and scanning are available in the campus libraries after 4:00 p.m. through the week and on Saturdays.

Computer Labs at CCAC Centers: Please call for hours of operation. Computer availability may be limited.

Braddock Hills Center: 412.271.0201
Homewood-Brushton Center: 412.371.1600
Washington County Center: 724.223.1012
West Hills Center: 412.788.7500

Please note that the open lab computers all utilize software, which deletes student profiles multiple times per day.
Please do not save files to the hard drive of these computers, as these files will be deleted.

Computer Lab Guidelines

The guidelines listed below have been adopted by all computer labs in the CCAC system. They are intended to make the experience in the lab a positive and enriching one. With consideration for your fellow students, we will all benefit. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

  • Use the computer resources primarily for academic purposes. CCAC resources are not to be used for personal financial gain and/or commercial purposes.
  • Respect the needs of other users to access limited computer resources. College computer resources are not to be used to transmit or display obscene, illegal, violent, discriminatory material.
  • Abide by college printing standards. Printing of offensive materials is prohibited.
  • Printing of large quantities of flyers, banners or other printed materials not academically related is discouraged. For print jobs of this nature, only one copy may be printed in the labs.
  • Abide by all signs posted in the computer labs.
  • Do not unplug any cables, (power or network) from outlets in the computer labs. Your personal laptop/notebook computers may only access the CCAC wireless systems.
  • Do not share your username or password. Anything done under your account is your responsibility.
  • CCAC is a smoke-free facility. Do not smoke, (this includes smokeless or vapor cigarettes), drink or eat in any computing facility.
  • Place your cell phone on vibrate and take all calls outside of the lab area.
  • All users need a valid network username and password to use CCAC computer resources.
  • Individuals under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult to use the computer lab.
  • Disruptive physical behavior and/or verbal interference will result in student being escorted to the Dean of Students office for disciplinary action