|Information Technology provides Windows computer labs for instructional use, open-access use, and special events in order to meet the educational needs of staff, faculty, and students.|
|What do I need to get this service?||Access to computer labs is granted to currently enrolled students, active staff, and faculty. To log on to a computer, you will need to have an active UCMNetID and password set up.|
|What is included?||Computer Lab Management currently oversees six instructional computer labs that are primarily used for scheduled academic courses. All of our computers are HP z210 workstations running Windows 7 64-bit, and have class specific and general needs software installed. Computers are all configured to print to the UCMPrint service, which has printers in every lab. Labs become open-access when classes are not in session, making them available for drop-in use by students, staff, and faculty.
• COB 281, KL 202, KL 208, and SSM 154 are general-use instructional
computer labs used primarily for scheduled classes.
• SSM 102 is a language computer lab used for teaching
• SSM 152 is an open-access lab available for drop-in use and never
scheduled for courses.
|When is support for this service available?||Computer Labs Student Technology Consultants (STCs) are available
during all open hours.
Spring 2015 hours:
Holiday closures: : Monday 2/16 (Presidents Day), Monday – Thursday, 3/23 – 3/26 has reduced hours: 12 pm – 5 pm (Spring Break), Friday, 3/27 (Cesar Chavez Day), Saturday, 5/16 – Monday, 5/25 (Summer Intersession Break)
|How long does it take to get the service?||Access to the lab computers is granted upon the activation of your
|How do I stop or change the service?||Access to the computer labs is removed if a UCMNetID is no longer valid.|
|Additional Links||Currently Installed Software List (pdf)
Requesting Software to Be Installed