Skip to content Skip to navigation
See our Campus Ready site for the most up to date information about instruction.Campus ReadyCOVID Help

Computer Labs Support


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.

SSM 152 Spring 2021 Open Access Hours

(modified due to campus COVID restrictions)

Monday - Friday noon - 5 pm
Weekends CLOSED

Holiday Closures: Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday (1/18), Presidents Day Holiday (2/15), Spring Recess (3/22-3/25), Cesar Chavez Holiday (3/26)

To reserve one of the OIT computer labs for an event other than scheduled classes, please see the Office of the Registrar's Room Reservations page.

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. For additional computer lab assistance, please submit a request.

What is included?

Computer Lab Management manages six instructional computer labs that are primarily used for scheduled academic courses. Computers are all configured to print to the UCMPrint service and printers are located in each lab. Labs become open-access when classes are not in session, making them available for drop-in use by students, staff, and faculty.

  • ACS 135, 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 foreign-language classes.
  • SSM 152 is an open-access lab available for drop-in use and never scheduled for courses.
When is support available for this service?

Computer Labs Student Technology Consultants (STCs) are available during all open hours.

How long does it take to get this service?

In-person support of the OIT computer labs is provided by a student technician during normal open hours.

How do I stop or change this service?

Access to the computer labs is removed if a UCMNetID is no longer valid.



Additional Links