Catalogue 2012 - 2013

Technology Services

  • All students, faculty, and staff are provided with email accounts and voicemail is also available through the campus telephone system.
  • Virus and SPAM detection software is available at no charge.
  • A campus-wide fiber network links all academic, residential, library, and administrative buildings.
  • A student portal, Connect2U, is available for all students (Undergraduate, Graduate, and Law). It permits easy access to Web-mail, Kodiak Learning Management software and the ASAP system for online schedules, grades, degree audits, billing, and financial aid information.
  • Wireless networks are available in the Law School, College of Engineering, Campus Center, D’Amour Library, the Southwood residence hall and the newest building, the Center for the Sciences and Pharmacy. Further expansion is planned.
  • More than 450 PCs are located in public access areas throughout the campus and a replenishment policy ensures that all computers are state-of-the-art.
  • Campus-wide there are over 50 classrooms that have full multi-media presentation capability with PCs connecting to the Internet, built-in projection systems, DVD/VCR players, and complete sound systems.
  • Churchill Hall has a computer classroom as well as over 35 computers available for general use.
  • The Writing Center, located in Herman Hall, is equipped with PCs in two computer rooms and includes printing services.
  • The mathematics and computer science classroom and lab in Herman Hall 115 has high-end PCs. A computer science lab is also available in Emerson 101A.
  • D’Amour Library has access to numerous online catalogues and databases. It also has a large number of public access PCs with printing services. The Library also houses a classroom of PCs and dual multi-media presentation technology. D’Amour Library is the home for the Digital Learning Center (DLC 215) containing over 30 PCs.
  • Educational Technology and Training, located on the ground level of D’Amour Library, provides support for the University’s Learning Management System and other educational technologies.
  • The LaRiviere Living and Learning Center (RLC) is home to a computer classroom with over 25 PCs. Multi-media presentation technologies are also present in four classrooms in this facility.
  • The College of Engineering has three rooms with 20+ laptops each, for discipline related studies.
  • The School of Law has eight classrooms with multi-media presentation capabilities.
  • The School of Law provides a wireless network that permits students with laptops to connect directly to a dedicated network with access to external law research databases. This access is available from the Law Library, classrooms, and lounges.
  • The School of Law library houses two computer labs with 20+ PCs and MAC technology that are reserved for law school students. Additional public access PCs with printing services are also available.
  • Loaner laptops for special courses are available in D’Amour and Law School libraries.
  • D’Amour Library is home to a TV studio and classroom with digital editing workstations for both audio and video content preparation.