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Hardware

Labs

  1. PC Lab - The PC Lab is a general computing facility for use by the Stevens community. Located in the basement of the Library, the lab provides Windows computers, scanners, laptop network stations and Uniprint printing services. Computer operating system and software are updated yearly.
  2. The Training Lab - The Training Lab is directly across from the PC Room and is available to members of the campus community when they attend Computer Center training events, scheduled primarily during the regular academic year.
  3. Mechanical Engineering Computer Lab - Edwin A. Stevens Building, Room 304.
  4. Schacht Lab - The Schacht Management Lab is located in the Morton-Peirce-Kidde complex on the third floor in room K330. This lab is for class usage, unlike the PC Room which is available during the scheduled hours.
  5. Humanities Resource Center - The Humanities Resource Center is on the second floor of the Morton building. The primary purpose of this lab is to support Humanities classes by providing students with grammar software packages and other Humanities related material. The lab can also be used for writing reports and research papers. Lastly, there is peer tutoring available for both, the Humanities and the computer systems in the lab.
  6. UNIX Lab - On the first floor of the Burchard Building, there is a UNIX lab independently of the Computer Center. It is full of SUN Workstations and NeXT boxes. Accounts may be requested by anyone with a valid Stevens ID. At last notice, the lab hours are: Mon.-Thurs.10:00 AM - 11:00 PM, Fri.10:00 AM - 6:00 PM, and Sat.12:00 PM - 6:00 PM. If you would want to remotely connect to the Unix Lab please read about Setting up PuTTY
  7. Mac Lab - Located on the second floor of the Morton Building. Its primary use is for the Art and Technology Students.

Notebook Ports

  1. Pierce Cafeteria - The Pierce Cafeteria offers buffet style meals to students with a Stevens meal plan. Meals may also be purchased. The cafeteria, which can be accessed via the southern stairwell, was recently renovated to provide a better dining experience.
  2. Sam's Place - Sam's Place is a sectioned off portion of the first floor of the Library. It has conveniently placed network ports and power connections.
  3. Jacobus Lounge - Jacobus Lounge is the place on campus for students to congregate and socialize. There are tables and chairs for studying, meeting and gaming, as well as abundant soft seating to watch television. A big screen TV, foosball, ping pong, and pool tables, and other recreation equipment is available.
  4. Hayden Lounge - A Hayden Lounge is located on the first floor of Hayden Hall. It is open to all students, however it locks during the night and must be accessed with a valid Stevens ID.
  5. America's Cup - Stevens offers the ultimate coffee experience at America's Cup on the first floor of the Samuel C. Williams Library. America's Cup proudly brews Starbuck's Coffee, as well as a variety of delicious pastries, salads, and sandwiches.

Wireless

Wireless is available across most of campus. For detailed maps please see http://www.stevens.edu/networking/wirelesssurvey/

Printers

Stevens Institute of Technology has a printing system called Uniprint, developed by Pharos Systems. It works with the Stevens Campus Card system for accounting and authentication. Use of this system requires that students to have a valid Stevens Identification Card to obtain their printouts. Your Stevens Identification Card provides a convenient alternative to cash. Activation is free, plus there are no fees or dues. In order to use your Stevens Identification Card with Uniprint, all you have to do is register your Stevens Identification card, deposit money into your Campus Card account, then use your card to pay for your printouts, as needed.

For information about using Uniprint, please visit How To Use Uniprint.

HP ScanJet 5550c Scanner

There are four Hewlett Packard full-page desktop color scanners available in the PC Room of the Computer Center. There will be no charge for the use of these devices. Please refer to the following link to see which computers in the Computer Center are connected to a scanner.

Software

On the PCs

The PC's in the PC Room run Windows 7 Professional, MatLab 2010a, Microsoft Office 2010 (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, Powerpoint, etc..) Microsoft Visual Studio 2005/2010, PuTTY, SolidWorks 2010, Mathematica 7, Microsoft Silverlight, Adobe Acrobat 9, and AVG 9.0.

Services

PC Lab Assistants

A lab assistant is at the desk in the PC Lab in the Computer Center. The lab assistants are student employees available for help with any problems you may have using the PCs or printers in the Computer Center.

Help Desk

Dialing 201-216-5500 will connect you to the Help Desk. A member of the staff will be glad to assist you with your problems.

More information will be added to this page in the future.
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