Clatsop Community College has several different computer labs on our campuses available for use.
Teaching labs – Two labs are located in Towler Hall in rooms T105 and T108. These are Windows-based computer labs used for teaching classes and are not generally open for student use on a drop-in basis. Software installed in these two computer labs include:
- Windows 10 Education
- Microsoft Office 2016
Our windows based computer labs are (mostly) equipped with Virtual Desktop Software that allows students to customize desktops and access programs and material specifically related to the classes they are registered in.
Graphics Lab (Art 115) – This is a Macintosh lab running OS X Mojave. Adobe Creative Suite 5 Design Premium is installed for use in web design, graphics, photography and other art classes. This computer lab is used for teaching classes, so it is not always open for drop-in use. Between scheduled classes, the lab is generally available to students for study and homework purposes.
Open Student Lab
(Lab temporarily moved due to Covid-19)
Located on the top floor of Patriot Hall in Room 305 – The lab has 8 stations practicing safe distancing. Students are welcome to bring their own computer or use one of our laptops. A printer is available in the lab for student use.
MASKS are REQUIRED!
*** Monday through Friday **** 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. ***
Students can sign in through the CCC website to reserve a time slot at:
- Email Debbie Godwin at email@example.com, or
- Call Debbie at (503) 741-0708.
Students on campus are also welcome to stop in and see if a slot is available for their use.
CAD Lab – (IMTC) The CAD lab has 18 seat lab comprised of Windows-based workstations dedicated for use in teaching AutoCAD. There is one Mac available for use in this lab. This lab may be open for current student use during open lab hours between scheduled classes. This lab also offers 3-D printing to current Drafting and CAD students.
Resource Lab – (IMTC) This is a 9 seat Window-based lab used for industrial safety certification needs. The lab is usually available for student use during office hours (8:00 a,m. 5:00 p.m. between classes.
The computer lab at the South County campus currently has 17 Window-based computers for student use. This lab is open for students to use during regular SCC hours (9:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.) outside of regularly scheduled classes.