Answered By: Corey Johnson Last Updated: Jun 14, 2016 Views: 1915
There are some departmental computer labs on campus which are available to students in those programs. Check with your department to see if they have one available for their students.
The other option is to come to the Libraries (Holland and Terrell, Owen, or Animal Science) to use the public computers there. In addition, the libraries just opened the Dimensions Lab, located on the first floor of the Holland Library in the Microforms area that is complete with a scanner for student use. The public computers in the Libraries have MS Office products in addition to Internet access. The Dimensions Lab has both Mac and PC computers with Adobe editing and other software, and an Oculus Rift virtual reality machine.
We also have a free laptop check out program. Using your Cougar Card, students may checkout a laptop from the Holland/Terrell Libraries circulation desk for a period of four hours. The laptop may be taken out of the library.