There are a number of rooms available on campus for students to study, work with a group, or hold an event. Room reservations can be made through the Office of Special Events through this form.
- Goslin Lab – This lab consists of 18 HP Thin clients and is located on the first floor of Goslin Hall. These are Windows 7 machines running Citrix. They are primarily intended for classroom use. These computers have Office 2010, Maple (Calculus Software), SPSS (Statistical Analysis Software), Adobe as well as general Internet software installed.
- Weltner Library Reference Lab -This is the main computer lab within the Philip Weltner Library and consist of 26 HP Thin Clients. They are primarily for student use but are occasionally reserved for instructional sessions. These are Windows 7 computers running Citrix and have Office 2010, SPSS (Statistical Analysis Software), Adobe, compilers for software programming courses (i.e. VB6, C++), Maple (Calculus Software) and general Internet software installed.
- Weltner Library –There are seven additional computers throughout the Philip Weltner Library. There are five stations on the main floor, one system in the basement, and one system on the second floor. They are all primarily reserved for library catalog and research usage. These computers also have general purpose software installed and are available for Internet access.
- 24-Hour Room – This is a 24-hr computer lab and study area located on the first floor of the Philip Weltner Library. There are 9 HP Thin Clients available for student use. These are Windows 7 computers running Citrix and have Office 2010, SPSS (Statistical Analysis Software), Adobe, compilers for software programming courses (i.e. VB6, C++), Maple (Calculus Software) and general Internet software installed.
- Music Lab – This lab consists of five computers configured to assist in the training / teaching of music. In addition, they are equipped with standard Web and e-mail clients.
- Psychology Lab – This lab is made up of three networked computers. It is only for running psychology labs and statistics software. The networked computers do provide a web browser, with the main purpose being to allow students to turn in assignments via e-mail. Access to this lab is provided through Division IV and Faculty Services.
- Goslin 108, 219; Hearst 105, 112, 203, 206; Robinson 104, 116 – These multimedia classrooms contain one modern Dell computer each with a basic Microsoft Office 2007 Suite as well as various other software packages. There is both a flat panel display and projector display in each room. Basic internet access is provided plus DVD, VHS, and satellite access in some. All of these classrooms were revamped starting in 2006.
- Hearst 212; Lupton 200, 203, 318; Robinson 117 – These rooms each have a mounted projector and a laptop port making them readily available for PowerPoint and other computer based presentations.
Earl Dolive Theatre – This room in the library has a large display screen that can be connected to a networked computer as well as VCR, LaserDisc and DVD. The main function of the room is viewing movies for classroom use.
- Lupton Auditorium – As the largest multimedia presentation room on campus, Lupton is fully outfitted with the latest technology. This room has a large display screen that can be easily connected to either a networked computer or receive over the air HDTV signals. It is fully surround sound capable. It also has a VCR and DVD player. This room is mainly used for presentations, viewing movies and other similar classroom use.