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Computing Labs

24 X 7 Lab

Frostburg State University has a 24 x 7 lab in Dunkle 125. Click here for more information on the after hours lab.


Pullen Hall Computing Labs

There are five general use computer labs available in Pullen Hall. These labs contain both Mac and Windows computers. Scanners and high-quality printers are also available. All labs have high-end data projection capabilities and instructors can access lab control software to direct what information is shown on each student’s workstation.


General Pullen Hall Lab Hours

The Pullen Hall Computing Labs are open the following hours during normal semester operation. Off-season hours (summer & winter) are also listed. Please note: Weekly schedule may vary. Contact the FSU Help Desk to verify hours of operation for the current week.

Fall & Spring Semester Hours:    
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
3:00pm - 8:00pm
8:00am - 10:00pm
8:00am - 10:00pm
8:00am - 10:00pm
8:00am - 10:00pm
8:00am - 5:00pm
1:00pm - 5:00pm
Summer & Winter Hours:
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
CLOSED
8:00am - 5:00pm
8:00am - 5:00pm
8:00am - 5:00pm
8:00am - 5:00pm
8:00am - 5:00pm
CLOSED


Lab Assistants

Student computer lab assistants are often available to help users with computer problems, network problems, and basic questions about using network software. Lab assistants do not assist with assignment completion or programming logic. The lab assistant station is located in Pullen Hall hallway outside room 108.


Lab Machine Problems

You may report campus computer lab problems using the online problem report form, or follow the shortcut labeled "Report a Problem with a Lab Computer" on the desktop.


Use of Computing Facilities for Non-FSU Activities

FSU is committed to supporting community computing activities. To inquire about reserving a lab, please contact the Office of Conferences and Events at 301-687-4020.


Lab Reservations

Instructors may reserve one of six lab classrooms in Pullen Hall for scheduled classes, conferences, demonstrations, and other group activities. While a class is in session, that room is closed to all other users.

Note that the public use lab in Pullen Hall (Pullen 106) cannot be reserved for classes. This lab remains accessible to all FSU students during all open lab hours.

Complete an online request or contact the Office of Academic Computing at 301-687-7090 to request a lab reservation. It is the responsibility of the FSU instructor to make any necessary lab reservations.

Standard Windows-based lab software:
(available in Pullen Hall Computer Labs)

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional (64 bit)
Microsoft Office 2010
  Access
  Excel
  PowerPoint
  Publisher
  Word
Microsoft Silverlight
Adobe Acrobat Reader
Adobe Flash Player
Adobe Shockwave Player
Kaspersky
iTunes
QuickTime
Respondus Lockdown Browser
Internet Explorer
Firefox
CoreFTPLite
RealPlayer
7 Zip
VLC Media Player

Other programs will be installed
at instructor’s requests
(see below)


Special Software Installation Requests & Class Accounts

Special software needed for specific classes can be installed for student use. Only officially licensed FSU software will be installed. Proof of license or Public Domain status is required.

The instructor is responsible for contacting the Office of Academic Computing & Instructional Technologies (301-687-7090) to request the installation of special software at least three weeks in advance. Additional time may be needed if software must be ordered prior to installation. Class software installed at the instructor's request remains on the network for the duration of the class.

Each computer user must have access to a personal or class account in order to use lab or personal computers and some FSU computing services (such as e-mail). If special access accounts are (or may) be needed, it is the responsibility of the instructor to contact the Academic Computing & Instructional Technologies Office (301-687-7090) at least two weeks in advance to arrange the creation of these accounts.