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How can I get more information about the computer labs?
General use labs
There are four general use labs on campus available to those with an ONID account. You can find more information on each lab by clicking the links below.
Located in the basement of Milne Computing Center, the Main Computing Facility is available for all OSU Students. This computing facility is staffed by student computer consultants ready to assist you with any computer question you have about our software and equipment. Milne Computer Facility has a dedicated graphic arts area featuring 5 Mac Pros with 23" Monitors and a large format scanner. There are also 2 video editing stations featuring 8-core Mac Pros, 23" monitors, a direct high-speed connection to the ClassromSAN to store your class video projects and a High-Def Deck.
The Bexell Computer Lab is open to all OSU students and faculty and is located on the first floor of Bexell Hall, rooms 112 (55 PCs) and 120 (48 PCs). Room 112A is the lounge for MBA students (5 PCs, 3 enterprise team workspaces).
Serving the west end of campus, multiple computing labs/classrooms in Peavy and Richardson Hall are open to all OSU students and faculty.
PVY 252/254 (17 PCs) are dedicated computing lab areas; while PVY 236 (25 PCs), PVY 240 (25 PCs), and Richardson Hall 203 (18 PCs) are available only when classes are not scheduled in those rooms. Click on the Peavy Computing Labs link above to view maps, hours, and more information about these rooms, including available specialized software and equipment.
The Information Commons is located on the main floor of the Valley Library. There are 100 computers, both PC and Mac, available for student use.
The Student Success Center has a computer lab with 29 computers and a printer available for student use for 5 cents a page.
Computer labs are also located in Education, Kidder and Weniger halls.
Can't get to a computer lab? Need to use software from home such as SPSS, SAS, etc?
Check out the virtual computer lab!
Some colleges have their own set of computer labs for students to use in addition to the general use labs. These labs offer more specialized equipment for use in a particular major. Click on one of the links below for more information.
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