The ACTT Center (Room 166, ACAD III)
The ACTT Center houses the largest number of computers on the Gainesville Campus, with over 106 computers for student use. The central lab includes 73 networked PCs which can print to black/white or color printers and contains a scanner that connects to a computer with assistive technology. The ACTT Center includes a Student Technology Helpdesk for those who have any questions about the computers or software that they are using. All of the computers in the ACTT Center provide access to the Internet and to the campus network, which has over 250 pieces of software, including Microsoft Office and CS5.
ACT 2 Computer Lab (Room 2101, ACAD IV)
The ACT 2 Computer Lab is located in the ACAD IV building, 2nd floor, room 2101 adjacent to the ACT 2 Writing Center. It is the 3rd largest computer lab on campus with 45 computers; it is equipped with a scanner, color printer, and black and white printer. Student Technology Helpdesk Technicians are available to answer any computing questions you might have.
Business Computer Lab (Room 5109, ACAD IV)
The Business Computer Lab is located on the fifth floor in Academic IV, the lab houses 16 computers. This lab is not limited to just business majors, but is open for anyone to use. The computers connects to a color and a black and white printer. This lab is also the perfect place to go to work on group projects.
Foreign Language Lab (Room 4201, ACAD IV)
This lab includes 26 Profile 6’s, a color printer, and a black and white printer. The main use for this lab is for those students who are currently enrolled in a foreign language class. Those who are enrolled in a foreign language course have priority over other students who are not currently taking a foreign language. The lab has tutors for students that need assistance with course work.
Library (Gainesville Campus)
The John Harrison Hosch Library is the second largest computer lab on the Gainesville Campus. The lab includes 56 computers capable of printing in color or black and white. Three scanners, one of which connects to a computer with assistive technology, are also available. The library permits limited guest access to the lab with a government issued photo ID. If you are looking for a quiet place to use a computer, this is the place to go. A Student Technology Helpdesk is located in this lab.
Library (Oconee Campus)
The Oconee Library computer lab has a number of computer resources available for student, faculty and staff use. The lab includes 31 computers capable of printing in color or black and white. Five of these computers serve as the foreign language lab where students can complete online foreign language class activities. Twenty-four of the lab computers are set-up for workshops and classes with an instructor computer connected to a LCD projector. One computer is dedicated solely to searching the library catalog – GIL and two computers are attached to scanners for student use. The library computer lab provides access to the Internet, GALILEO, GIL, campus networks (home folders, shared class files, etc.), Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe CS3 Suite.
The Student Technology Helpdesk is a service provided by student workers to assist other students, faculty, and staff with computer-related issues. We can be reached via e-mail, phone, or walk-in assistance (preferred form of contact). Walk-in assistance locations on the Gainesville Campus are in the ACTT Center (Acad III), ACT II (Acad IV, Room 2101), and Library. On the Oconee Campus, assistance is available in the Library and in Room 208.When Help Desk staff are not available, ACTT Center personnel will assist faculty, staff, and students.
Services We Offer:
- Support via Walk-in, phone, or email
- One-on-one Student Assistance
- Wireless Internet Diagnostics
- Assistance with email
- Assistance with both Windows and Mac OS X
- Help with the Microsoft Office Suite
- Accessing your home folder at home
- Tutorials and Quick-reference Guides
Phone: 678-717-3735 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: IT Help Desk
Computer & Network Usage Policy
ACTT Center computer labs are open to GSC students, faculty, staff, and to NGCSU students taking classes on the GSC campus. All individuals who do not have a computer account issued by GSC must obtain a guest pass in the Library and use the computers there.
- Users are expected to be in compliance with all GSC Department of Information Technology usage policies
- Pornographic or offensive material is strictly forbidden.
- Academic use of computers always takes precedence. Computer gaming and chatting are allowed only in Academic III Building classroom 158 (when it is not in use for academic purposes) on the Gainesville Campus or the computer hall outside of the Library on the Oconee Campus when it is not in use for academic purposes.
For a list of policies that apply to all GSC computers, please see the GSC Computer & Network Usage Policy.
Computer Access for Guests Policy
Anyone who wishes to use Gainesville State College computers, and who is not a GSC, NGCSU or SPSU student must be issued a temporary guest account in the Library. Guests must provide a photo ID and write their name and local address legibly. Guests under age 18, who are not students at GSC, must have a release form signed by their parent/guardian (See Miscellaneous Forms). Those 15 or under must share the guest account of their parent/guardian. Guests have no printing privileges and are required to abide by GSC Computer Use Policy. Violators will lose all rights to use computers. Students have first priority for using computers.
There are no guest computer accounts issued in the ACTT Center or the Oconee Library.