The Albany Computer Center is located in Froman Hall and consists of one open lab, four teaching labs and one networking lab. These labs are equipped with up-to-date computers running Windows XP Professional. The Albany Campus also features several specialized labs that are staffed by professionals and student consultants:
- A lab equipped for AutoCad in the Interior Design Building and Froman Hall
- An Apple-based digital imaging lab in the Graphic Design Building; and another in Froman Hall
- A learning support computer lab in the Kahl Campus Center.
The Troy Computer Centers are located in Education Building basement, in Ricketts Hall, and in Hart Hall. The Education Building houses three up-to-date Windows-based computer classrooms. The computer classroom in Ricketts Hall also serves as an open lab, and the Academic Support Center in Hart Hall sponsors a computer-based writing center.
Note: The Troy campus no longer has a public computer lab in the Education building. As with Ricketts Hall, the Education building’s computer classrooms will also serve as an open lab when classes are not in session. People using these computers may be asked to relocate if there is a class about to start. There are many public computers available for use in the Library.
A Sage ID is required to use the computer centers.