Michigan Tech IT maintains 40 computing spaces across campus. These range from traditional settings—labs with desktop computers to wireless lounges for relaxing or studying between classes—to spaces designed specifically for collaboration, equipped with workspaces, white boards, and LCD screens. In the Van Pelt and Opie Library, there are computers and printers available to students, faculty and staff on every floor; collaboration areas and pods are also available for quiet, private study.
All university lab computers are equipped with the Campus Common Core Software package and have the ability to print to any HuskyPrint station on campus. The IT Support Center also has articles on a variety of printing issues.
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