Frequently Asked Questions
STC policies are in place to help ensure an atmosphere that fosters learning. Anyone disturbing the academic environment of a Student Technology Center will be asked to leave. The following is a list of Frequently Asked Questions.
- Do I have to show any identification when using a STC?
- Are children allowed in the Student Technology Centers?
- Are food/drinks allowed in the Student Technology Centers?
- What kinds of printing are available in the STCs?
- Is color printing available in the Student Technology Centers?
- Can I leave my workstation?
- Is there a policy on pornography?
- Can students talk or work together in the lab?
Since you login into the computer with your username and password, no form of identification is needed.
No, children are not permitted in any Student Technology Center. STC's are academic environments that require a quiet atmosphere.
No food or drink except in specially designated STCs. Food and drink are available in the Little RedHawk Café & CyberCafé.
Student printing is handled by RedHawk Print. Please see RedHawk Print powered by GoPrint
Color printing is currently available in the Library Informaiton Commons I, Marram 103 and Savannah 227.
Yes, users may leave their workstation for a maximum of fifteen minutes. After that time, the computer will be made available to the next user. Computer will automatically log users out when there is no activity for fifteen minutes. Be sure to save your work before you leave the workstation or any work that has not been saved will be lost. This policy is to help ensure that all students will have access to a computer.
There is no transmission or printing of provocative topics in any STC. Placing suggestive objects or pictures in the academic environment is considered a form of sexual harassment. It is our responsibility to provide a non-intimidating and non-threatening environment for all STC users. We reserve the right to investigate any questionable material.
Students may work together in any STC on campus. However, it is the consultants' job to maintain an atmosphere that promotes learning. It is our goal to provide an environment that allows students to use their time productively and with few distractions. If students in the lab become too loud, the consultant on duty should ask them to be considerate of others and to lower their voices. If students refuse to be quiet, the consultant should ask them to leave the lab.