IT Resources

Welcome the the Information Technology resource page.  There are various computer resources on campus. The Computer Labs and Computer Classrooms consist of up to date hardware and software. All computers are connected to the campus network and allow for access to the Internet, e-mail and various software applications. Printing and scanning capabilities are available.  A valid NetID is required in order to access computers on campus.  Incoming students are provided with one during Orientations.

Student Center/Viseglia Building #4

    Main Computer Lab - Rm 4205

    Business/Computer Science Computer Classroom - Rm 4223

    Modern Language Lab - Rm 4113

Albertus Hall Building #3

   Business/Computer Science Classrooms/Labs - Rm 3205/3207


Werner Hall Building #6

   Education Computer Classroom - Rm 6305

   Computer Classroom - Rm 6203

   Psychology Computer Classroom - Rm 6320


Technology Classrooms (Smartroom)

Each equipped with a HP, Instructor's console, Projector, VCR/VHS, and DVD

   Student Center - 4203, 4225, 4226

   Werner - 6109, 6112, LH129, 6202, 6206, 6207, 6211, 6215, 6302, 6303, 6316, 6324

   Albertus - 3101, 3206, 3209, 3302, 3305

   Aquinas- 1003, 1005


Click here for Lab Assistant Manual

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Spring Semester Hours

    1/22/13 - 5/2/13
Monday - Thursday   8:00 A.M. - 10:00 P.M.


  9:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.

Saturday 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Sunday   2:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M.



February 18-19, March 23-April 1


Computer Lab

Located in the Student Center - Room 4205


Lab Assistants are available,  For assistance call Ext. 3267

Hours are Subject to Change

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Computer Software

  • Microsoft Windows7

  • Microsoft Office 2010

  • Internet Explorer 9

  • QuickTime

  • Adobe Acrobat Reader

  • Windows Media Player

  • Visual Studio .NET

  • Music Lesson 1&2

  • SPSS 21

  • Alcohol 101+

  • MathType 6

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Computer Center Policies

Faculty, staff, and currently enrolled students of Caldwell College are welcome to use the computer facilities and are bound by the Appropriate Use and Computer Ethics Policy of the College, as well as the Computer Center Guidelines.


General Guidelines

  • Each user must sign-in to use a computer and sign-out upon leaving.

  • Students may use the lab for academic purposes only.  Students not doing academic work may be asked by the lab assistant to give up use of a computer for a student in need of doing academic work.

  • There is a 1 hour limit on computers, if there are people waiting.

  • Keep noise to a minimum.

  • Listening to music through headphones should be heard from you only not the rest of the lab.

  • No Food or Drink near the computers.  Please use trash receptacles before entering the lab or place on designated table by the door.

  • Printing of multiple copies of any one document is not permitted.

  • Take all cell phone calls outside the lab.  Turn off cell phone ringers.

  • Always remember to log off the computer you are working at when through.

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