- Who is allowed to use the computer facilities at Clark College?
- What services am I entitled to?
- Which labs may I use?
- What must I do to gain access to the labs?
- Where are the open computer labs located on each campus and what computer hardware is available?
- What operating system and application software is installed in the open computer labs?
- What are the hours of operation for the computer labs?
- How can I obtain help from the Student Run Help Desk?
- How do I create a student e-mail account?
- You must be a student at Clark College taking a class(es) of one or more credits. Zero credit Community Education classes are not eligible.
- You must read and agree to abide by the Clark College Student Computer Resources Policy.
- The ability to use computing facilities at Clark College.
- The ability to print 1500 print credits per quarter. Credits expire at the end of the quarter.
You may use any open computer lab facility during the posted hours of operation. In addition, you may have access to dedicated instructional labs used by classes in which you are enrolled. Some departments maintain limited open hours in dedicated labs where specialized software is installed to meet the requirements of an instructional program.
If you wish to use an open computer lab facility you must enter
your User name and password.
If you are enrolled in a class that is scheduled in a dedicated computer classroom, you simply need to report to the assigned computer classroom.
There are four open computer labs available on the main campus each featuring Macintosh computers and Dell computers using the Windows 7 platform:
- Anna Pechanec Hall 102 (APH 102, first floor)
- Cannell Library 203 (LIB 203, second floor)
- Scarpelli Hall 135 (SHL 135, second floor)
- Scarpelli Hall (SHL 023, first floor)
- Columbia Tech Center in East County (CTC 203, second floor)
- Clark Center at WSU-Vancouver (CCW 202, second floor)
The hours of operations for open computer labs are posted at the lab entrance.
1. The student Lab Assistants working in the computer labs can help you with a variety of routine tasks such as logging on to the computer, launching application programs, printing and aborting print jobs, saving data, and closing applications. However, the Lab Assistants are not instructors and may not be thoroughly versed in the application software.
You can also e-mail email@example.com with any questions, comments, or concerns you may have.
2. A student-run help desk is located in AA4 Room 110. The hours of operation vary each quarter. They are posted on AA4 110's exterior door. Students staffing the help desk can assist you with a variety of issues related to computer hardware and software beginning the second week of each quarter. They can be reached by telephone at (360) 992-2562 or by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
9. How do I create a student e-mail account?
More information on how to setup a student e-mail account.