Technology at a Glance

There are multiple open-use computer labs on campus. Two labs are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Both Apple Macintosh and Windows OS computers are available for student use. Strategically placed “walk-up” computer stations enable access to the Internet for e-mail and course needs.

Residential Halls: Each room in the residential halls contains high-speed network connectivity and basic cable TV service. Cable TV service is also in common areas of residential buildings.

Wireless: Wireless access is available in a variety of academic and student life buildings on campus. Students, faculty and staff are able to utilize this service for high-speed internet connectivity.

Classroom Media: Numerous classrooms contain academic instructional technology such as computers, projectors, DVD/VCRs, TVs, visual presenters, “smart boards”, etc.

Student Use Media Facilities: Maxwell’s Lounge, located in Phillips Hall, contains a state-of-the-art video and sound system for casual use by students, faculty, and staff.

Research Databases:  A large variety of curricular research databasesare available for student and faculty use from both on and off-campus connections.

The Mary Cutlip Center for Library and Information Technology Services

The Mary Cutlip Center for Library and Information Technology Services is a result of the combination of the Library and IT departments. As one team, the Center strives to provide information resources in both digital and traditional forms.

While the T.W. Phillips Memorial Library was renovated during the 2006-2007 academic year, the Center's services extend well beyond the physical space of the Library.