State-of-the-art instructional and student technology labs equipped with Mac and PC workstations, printers, and scanners are strategically located throughout the campus to provide easy access for students and faculty with valid CHIP cards and Global IDs. Many instructional student labs operate extended daily hours and weekends.
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General Use Campus Computer Labs
The two largest public lab locations on campus provide an academic-friendly environment for all CMU students to conduct research, complete homework assignments, and carry out electronic communication. Additionally, the Virtual Lab offers access to specialized software from your personal computer.
CBA and OIT have collaborated to provide the Virtual Lab service. Accessible anywhere, this virtual desktop allows access to specialized software, your UDrive, and printing through the PrintQ service. Check the configuration instructions to access the Virtual Lab from your personal computer!
The PrintQ service supports CMU's sustainability goals by promoting responsible, thoughtful printing. Undergraduate and graduate students that are registered for classes are granted PrintQ allocation at the start of each semester, and use this allocation to print documents for academic and personal use. PrintQ Printers and Kiosks are located throughout campus, including the Ronan and Woldt Campus Computing Labs, Park Library, the UC, and other academic and residential buildings. Additionally, it is possible to upload and print documents from your personal computer, either directly to a Kiosk or from the Virtual Lab!
College/Department Computer Labs
Specialized computer labs are available across campus to serve a variety of needs and support more than 200 undergraduate and graduate academic programs. For more specific information about these lab locations, check the list in the right-hand navigation menu.
Charles V. Park Library
Most of your research at CMU's libraries can be done electronically. You can search through Park Library's nearly one million books and other resources using CENTRA, an online catalog of library holdings, as well as many other online databases. Additionally Park Library offers hundreds of public workstations, printing equipment on each floor (including PrintQ Kiosks), scanners, Ethernet ports to connect your personal computer, and complete wireless network coverage. For more information regarding the resources available, as well as contact information and hours of operation, check the
Park Library website.
Adaptive Technologies and Accommodations
The Adaptive Technology Room, located in Park Library, room 119, is accessible during normal
building hours. Also, there are more than 20 other locations throughout campus where specialized computers are available.
Features of the AT room include:
- Screen readers
- Text scanners
- Closed circuit television
- Alternative input devices
- Voice recognition systems
For more information, contact the
Student Disability Services office at (989) 774-3018,
TDD (989) 774-2568.