The Office of Information Technology maintains over 50 computer labs that support a vast array of functionality from Office Systems Education to 3D Computer Aided Drafting. Please visit the pages below to view detailed information about these labs.
Computer Lab Information
To see a list of the tools we use to keep our labs running, please click here.
If you are interested in knowing what we change in the Windows operating system when we setup lab computers, click here to see a list of our customizations.
Open computer labs are provided for student and public use to complete homework, do research, and for personal use. For more information on how the computers in these labs are to be used, please visit our Policy Catalog.
|L163 - Information Literacy Lab|
|L165 - Library Research Area|
|L263 - Information Commons Overflow Lab|
|L265 - Information Commons|
Semi-open computer labs are open to students who are enrolled in specific courses or programs. The use of these labs should be limited to work related to the course or program associated with the lab.
|103 - Student Life|
|104 - Student One Stop|
|260 - Office Systems Education|
|401 - College Success Center|
|500 - Industrial Technologies Lab|
Classroom Labs with Open Lab Periods
Certain classroom labs allow students to use the computers during non-class periods as scheduled by the instructor. These are generally labs that contain specialized hardware or software that is not available elsewhere on campus.
|244 Computer Aided Drafting|
|244-1 Computer Aided Drafting|
|506 - Machine Technology Lab|
|514 - Electronics Lab|
|1131 - Graphics Lab|
Classrom Computer Labs
Classroom labs are used only for classroom purposes and are not open to students or the public outside of scheduled class times. Please click here to see a list of these labs and what kinds of technology they have in them.