Our policies and guidelines are designed to provide a high-quality and friendly environment for users to conduct course work, research, and personal development.
Lab and Classroom Policies
- Present validated University ID to gain access to the labs
- Be considerate of those working around you; keep noise levels at a minimum so as not to disturb others
- For a quieter environment, use room #136 at the Academic Computer Center
- Save your work on OneDrive
- Food and drink (including containers) are not permitted in any of the computer labs or electronic classrooms
- Before you leave, quit all applications and log off to save your files
- Please be courteous and use your cellular phone outside of the labs
- Do not alter configurations on hardware or software
- Children are not allowed access to computers
The Office of Information Technology is not responsible for personal items that are lost, stolen, or damaged. Do not leave valuables unattended while working in the labs, workrooms, etc.
Printing is monitored by the Office of Information Technology and is charged at $.05 for black and $.25 for color per page. The first $25 of printing (500 pages) is free. Computers are not automatically set up to print. You must select the lab printer to which you intend to print. The printer names are posted on the printers.
Faculty members may reserve select lab and electronic classrooms for their classes. Requests and reservations should be made through Sr. Martha Villeneuve, Director of the Computer Center at least one week in advance. Scheduling will be made according to space availability and time slots on a first come, first-serve basis.
The Academic Computer Center at Sylvia Trottier Hall is equipped with a workstation to accommodate the physically challenged user. Regular VDI workstations are all accessible to wheelchair users.