Computers and Labs
Computer Stations and Labs
The LRC is one of the largest and most accessible computer labs on campus, offering students more than 100 open-access workstations, two computer labs, and several ADA-compliant configurations. All workstations are internet-ready and feature Microsoft Office applications. Some computer workstations run specialized software (e.g. Adobe Creative Suite). Additionally, Two printer/copiers are located conveniently in the LRC.
Please visit the LRC Information Desk for assistance.
There are two labs located in the LRC:
The ESL Lab (L-120) is a space that faculty who teach English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) courses may reserve for classes, training sessions, or other special events. The Lab features 34 student workstations and an instructor's workstation with overhead projection capabilities. When the Lab is not in use, it is open for use by ESL students and faculty.
Student Accessibility Services operate the SAS Lab (L-119). The Lab offers specialized software and adaptive technology. For more information about the Lab, visit the SAS webpage.
Computer Stations/Labs and Printing
The LRC is one of the largest accessible/adaptive computer labs on campus; it operates more than 100 individual computers stations and full printing and copying services via the GOPRINT system.
Common Computer Applications
Do you need help with Canvas or Self-Service? Want tips on how to use Excel or MS Word? Just drop by the LRC's Information Desk to get the help you need.
Ask about accessibility services. The LRC supports students with accessible workstations. Additionally, the Student Accessibility Services (SAS) Program operates the SAS Lab in the LRC. The SAS Lab provides specialized software and adaptive technologies. The Lab supports scheduled classes and offers open hours.
ESL Lab: English as a Second Language Lab
To learn more about the services offered by the ESL Lab, please visit our ESL Station website.