The IT Group offers public, specialized, and administrative computing labs. Below are photos and a list of all of our computer labs and where on campus they are located.
Specialized Computing Labs
The specialized labs on campus provide the applications and technology infrastructure that allows students to fully explore their major. Access to, and helpful instruction in, the use of specialized technology employed in a student’s major area of study - for example, GIS and CAD applications, or graphic design software - ensures that the College has the technological means to be a dynamic and forward-looking place of learning.
|Advanced Graphic Design||Media Arts Center, Room 147|
|Athletic Training Lab||Gym, Room 151|
|Computer Science Lab||Science, Room 160|
|Continuing Education Lab||Rhodes, Room S121|
|Film Lab||Media Arts Center|
|Geography Lab||Science Center, Room 264|
|Graphic Design Lab||Media Arts, Room 152|
|Ideation Lab||TDS Center, Room 103|
|Journalism Lab||Media Arts, Room 160|
|Public Computing Cluster||Mason Library, 2nd floor|
|Math Lab||88 Winchester, Room 201|
|Physics Lab||Science, Room 380|
|Social Sciences Lab||Rhodes, Room 270|
Public Computing Cluster
- Location: 2nd floor Mason Library
Academic Year Hours
M-Th: 8 a.m. - 11:30 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m. - 11:30 p.m.
The Public Computing Cluster is located in the Mason Library and follows the same hours as the library. Microsoft Office suite software, networked laser printers, and a digital scanner are available for use.
IT Group Learning Center
- Location: Elliot, Room 229 Reserve on 25Live
Continuing Education Computer Lab
- Location: Rhodes Hall