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There are more than 50 computer labs available on campus, containing over 1,300 PCs, including 40 systems in the Library. Check with the Library for current operating hours.
Many of the departmental labs are available for student use when the lab is not being used as a scheduled classroom. Available open hours for labs are commonly posted within the lab.
Many academic departments have PC Lab Coordinators available to assist in scheduling and using the PC labs. Check with the PC Lab Coordinator for specific procedures related to departmental labs.
Most departments also have Student Technical Assistants (STAs). STAs are available to assist with general software questions as well as to report equipment and network related problems. It is the responsability of the student to learn the software.
The Department of Information Technology works hard to keep tha PC Labs functioning properly, but we need your help and cooperation. The following guidelines must be observed.
The mission of Middlesex County College is to provide a quality, affordable, post-secondary education responsive to the needs of the community and accessible to all who can benefit from it (current Middlesex County College catalog). Inherent in our purpose is to provide the College community (faculty, staff, students and other authorized users) access resources needed to support academic and instructional activities required fro effective learning. Access to these resources assumes they will be used in a professional, ethical, and legal manner.
“In order to provide for the maximum comfort, convenience and well-being of the total College community, certain standards of behavior have been established at Middlesex County College” (current Middlesex County College catalog). Upon admission to the College, students accept an unqualified committment to adhere to such standards and to conduct themselves in a manner that reflects pride in themselves and the College. To ensure adherence to these standards and protect the integrity of its computing resources, the College reserves the right to monitor such resources. Any behavior in violation of the College standards is cause for disciplinary action.
Implicit in the use of the College computer resources is the user’s obligation to abide by the following rules and registrations: