Questions involving the Instructional Computing & Technology Services computer centers, such as student ID use, personal laptop use, wireless network access, and printing.
In the Computer Centers, a Lab Assistant or Technician is always present to help you. They are proficient with Microsoft Office, Internet usage, and general PC issues. If the Lab assistant is unable to answer your question they will escalate it to the Technician.
Academic work is a priority in the lab. If students are using the workstations for recreation in a full lab, we will then ask those students to give up the workstations for students that need them for class related work. Also, the ACC Libraries are equipped with laptops for student check out. Since these Laptops are subject to availability, check with the Library Circulation desk for further information.
Yes, to verify that a student is enrolled and has paid tuition for the current semester. A current valid ACC ID is required to use the computer center.
No, you are the only one that can use your student ID for college resources. The student ID is for your benefit. It keeps others who are non-students from using the resources that you pay for.
An ACC ID dated with the current semester is available at the ACC Admissions office and must be renewed every semester.
If an ACC ID is not available or becomes lost, students can obtain a replacement or temporary ID to enter the Computer Center. During business hours, a replacement card ($10.00 fee) can be obtained from the Admissions office. A temporary ID may be obtained from the Campus Managerís office after business hours.
Yes. You are allowed to print 15 pages per day. After that it is ten cents per page.
No, currently we do not provide color printing for student use.
No. Currently we do not have any Network ports that students can use for personal computers. If you have a usb drive we suggest you save your files to that to work on both a Lab PC and your Laptop. You can connect to the ACCStudent wireless network by accessing the instructions here.
Students are allowed to install software on the CDROM Station. First, place the CD into the drive, and press the button again to close it. The CD will usually start to spin and open itself on the desktop and give you the option to install. If that doesnít happen, another way to open the CD is to select the MY COMPUTER icon and select the Compact Disk drive (drive [E:] on CDROM Stations) and choose setup and/or install.
No, currently we do not have Photoshop available for student use.
To ensure that that all machines run optimally, and are not cluttered with downloaded material, students are restricted from saving anything onto the computers. However, students may download material onto a floppy or a USB flash drive, or even email the files to themselves. If a student wishes to request certain software/downloads to assist with their coursework, those requests may be directed to the attention of the Computer Center Staff and an inquiry will be initiated. Files will not remain on the computer once students leave.