The ITS Department maintains four modern technology computer labs for use by students, faculty and staff. Learn how to reserve a Computer Lab Classroom
Schertz Computer Center
Location: Basement of Union BuildingThe Schertz Computer Center is divided up into two labs: UN 002 and UN 004.
UN 002 is open for general student use and has 23 computers.
UN 004 can be reserved for classes or used for general student use when a class is not in session. UN 004 has 2 instructor stations and 24 student computers. Each computer in UN 004 is a dual-boot computer capable of running either the Windows operating system or the MAC operating system. UN 004 can be divided in half to make two classrooms (UN 004 East and UN 004 West) each with 1 instructor station and 12 student computers. Each side also has a ceiling mounted data projector to project the image from each instructor station’s monitor.
To assist students’ library research, the library lab is located on the first floor of the Good Library. The hours of the library lab are the same as the Good Library’s. The library lab also serves as a classroom when requested.The GL 102 lab has 24 student computers and 1 instructor station. There is also a ceiling mounted data projector to project the image from the instructor station’s monitor.
AD 21 Lab is located in Administration Building, Room 21. It is used frequently during the day as classroom and conference room. Tables at the center of the classroom facilitate pedagogy where there is a mix of group discussion and individual computer work, such as writing courses.The lab has 15 student computers and one instructor station. There is also a ceiling mounted data projector to project the image from the instructor station monitor.
Connector Study Lounges
2nd & 4th floor of Kratz-Miller-Yoder Dorms
Equipment: Standard lab computers in each lab and a Laserjet 4000 printer (Names used when setting network printer: connector2 and connector4)
Hours: Accessible from inside of the KMY dorms.