The Kendall Computer Courtyard offers a variety of software programs that can be accessed from desktops and laptops within our area.
The Computer Courtyard houses over 260 computers including 11 Macs and provides a variety of technological resources, hosted within a networked environment that offers to students, faculty, and staff Internet access, and multimedia facilities including scanners, printers, and a variety of software programs. Study tables are available inside the Courtyard and provide less formal environment for group study; however, group study rooms are also available.
No, lab hours are to be done at each department's lab depending on the class.
There are no tutors in the Computer Courtyard. You can visit our Quick Links section in our home page for more information about the support and tutoring services offered by other departments inside of the Computer Courtyard.
Our team is trained to assist courtyard patrons with technology issues, some software/hardware issues; basic data entry, assist during peak financial aid and registration times; reserve rooms and direct students to appropriate areas as needed.
Computer Courtyard Policies and Procedures state: No eating or drinking is allowed in the Computer Courtyard. Neither empty nor unopened beverage containers are allowed inside the Computer Courtyard.
You can reserve a study room through the Study Room Reservations link.
Quiet/Work zones are specific areas of the Computer Courtyard designed for different uses. Quiet Zones are meant for individual work and casual study, conversations must be whispered, phones must be turned to silent and calls should be taken outside. Work Zones are meant for small group activities, softly spoken conversations and same phone rules are applied.
You can set up your student/employee email on your phone/mobile device following the guide for Mobile Email