Public Computing Facilities

  • Poster Printing — Request Form To have a poster printed, please fill out the form below:
  • Poster Printing OIT has a large scale plotter available for poster printing. The plotter is located in the OIT main offices on the downtown campus.  There are a variety of poster sizes and paper types to choose front.  To have a poster printed, please submit your poster here. Eligibility:  Faculty Staff Student Cost:  Varies based on size and paper selection. Status:  Active – A fully-supported, production ...
  • Computer Labs Computer labs equipped with desktop computers and networked printers are located across campus and are accessed by using a Windows Active Directory (AD) username and password. Each student is given a $24 printing allowance each semester which can be increased at the Service Center. Personal laptops can access the network via ports across campus, or ...
  • Student Printing OIT has installed 5 printers available in the following areas: • CAMP 171 (Black and white only) • CAMP 163 (Large scale plotter) • TAC second floor computer lab (Black and white only) • New Snell outside of 239 (Black and white) • New Snell outside of 239 (Color) • When your account is created, you are given a $24 credit ...
  • Large Format Color Printing OIT has a large scale plotter available for Faculty and Staff printing. The plotter is located in CAMP 163. You must be logged into a public access PC with your AD username to be eligible to print. Your job will be placed on hold when it is submitted to the CADPLOT queue. Please contact the ...
  • Labs and Classrooms Computer labs equipped with desktop computers and networked printers are located across campus and are accessed by using a users’s NetID. Windows Public Access Labs: CAMP: 163, 171, 172 New Snell: CEC, 239, 241 TAC: 2nd Floor Linux/Windows Public Access Labs: Science Center: 334 (ITL) Eligibility:  Faculty Staff Student Status:  Active – A fully-supported, production service. Support:  Service Desk – To open an IT support request, please contact the ...
  • Public Access Linux (AFS) Campus constituents are granted access to a public access linux host (polaris) which is generally used as a conduit to AFS. AFS (Andrew File System) is a distributed networked file system which uses a set of trusted servers to present a homogeneous, location-transparent file name space to client workstations. AFS is accessed primarily through the ...
  • Printing The Office of Information Technology provides a number of high-speed laser printers located in each public access computing facility across campus. All students and faculty receive a printing quota on public access network printers. Pages printed to these public access printers are deducted from the users print quota. This quota resets at the beginning of ...