|The labs are frequently reserved for classes, during which they are not available for general use.
Computer labs are closed during official university holidays and semester breaks. As a general rule, labs are open whenever the host building is open - this principle also applies between semesters and during holidays.
Closings for general maintenance or rebuilds are posted at the lab in advance of work being done.
- You need to bring your own USB mini drive(s) to save your work in most of the computer labs. Save and save often.
- The use of printers in the computer labs vary. Please follow the guidelines posted in the lab regarding printing policies. You are permitted to bring your own paper; however, the number of copies will still be limited in accordance with lab policies. See wiki: Printing in Campus Labs
- You are discouraged from bringing children into the computer labs. Any child brought into a lab must be under the supervision of an adult at all times.
Lab authentication is being used at our computer labs. You will need to know your Millersville username and password to be able to access the computers.
Workstations for the visually impaired and the hearing impaired are available in the Library. These laptops may be checked out at the circulation desk and have both the ZoomText and JAWS software available on them. To access the Assistive Technologies Lab please contact the Learning Services Office located in Lyle Hall, Room 352, Phone: (717) 872-3178.
Students, faculty and staff may reserve space for University-related activities through the Registrar's Office (Phone: 717-871-5005 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. This also includes requests for one-time use of a lab.
Classrooms are available for reservation only when a class is not scheduled to meet in the room. Reservations will only be made between 7:00am and 11:00pm when the University is open.
Individuals, groups, and organizations not affiliated with Millersville University must make reservations through University Dining & Conference Services (Phone: 717-871-5200).
If you experience any additional problems in the labs, please contact the Help Desk at (717) 871-7777.