Computer Labs

Cumberland Campus

Open Labs
Academic Support Center – Chrisman Hall 1st floor, room 116

Gertrude Angel Dale Library – Chrisman Hall 2nd floor, room 202

Classroom Labs
(Only open between scheduled classes)

Classroom Computer Labs – Newman Hall, rooms 201, 203, 204, 206

Harlan Campus

Open Labs
Library - Building 1

Classroom Labs
GED lab - Building 1

Classroom labs - Admin Building, Rooms 111,112

Middlesboro Campus

Open Labs
Tutor Lab, Room 139 - Administration Building

Library Lab, Room 126 - Administration Building

ASC Lab, Room 326 - Classroom Building

Classroom Labs
(Only open between scheduled classes)
CAD Lab, Room 216 - Troy Welch Building of Applied Science 

Classroom Labs, Room 233, 235, 237, 238 - Troy Welch Building of Applied Science

Pineville Campus

Open Labs
Library Lab, Room 151

Classroom Labs
(none available this semester)

Whitesburg Campus

Open Labs
Academic Support Center Lab - Coke Building - Open 8am – 7:00pm except Friday 8-4

Library - Coke Building - Library Open 8am – 7pm except Friday 8-4

Classroom Labs
(Only open between scheduled classes)
Classroom Labs, Room 114, 115, 118 - Belinda Mason Building

Open Computer Lab Policies

 
No food or drink is permitted in the labs.

No noisemaking or talking is permitted in the labs; this includes playing CD's or using cellular phones. Telephone calls should be taken in the hall.

Lab users may not install personal or class related software. All files are automatically scanned for viruses as they are used on the workstation.

All printouts must be class related. No personal or multiple print jobs shall be permitted in the labs.

Faculty must contact the lab manager before bringing a class to preview a lab.

Students are responsible for all of their personal items at the computer station. Valuables should not be left alone.

Lab personnel are available to help students with the equipment, but they do not provide tutoring. Instructors are to be contacted for homework help. Lab personnel will start students in a program, but cannot give instruction in using the program related to completion of work to be done by the student.

Students should save their computer work early and often. Students should not wait until finished to save!!! If work is unsaved, it may be impossible to recover in the case of a computer crash.

The Open Computer Labs do not allow the printing of envelopes, different paper, or transparencies (even if the student provides them).

The Open Computer Labs follow a no tolerance policy to viewing pornography, nudity, and sexual content in the labs.