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Instructional Computing Center

Personal computers with interactive capabilities available for use by LCC students. A student ID card, username and password is required.

Lab assistants are available to help students. Lab assistants wear a lanyard with their ID.

Using the Labs

Frequently Asked Questions

What computer accounts can I receive as an LCC student?

Each registered LCC student is eligible for an individual student log-on account and an LCC e-mail account.

How do I get my login and email account?

To activate your log-on and e-mail accounts, show the Lab Assistant in Lab 2 (AAR110) your student ID card. The Lab Assistant will give you a user name and password.

What is a Student ID card?

All students registered for credit at LCC receive a student ID card, and you must it to use the computer labs. To get your student ID card (or replace it if lost) visit the Student Activities Office.

Can I change my user name and password?

You cannot change your user name, but you can and should change your password. See Change Your Password.

What can I do with my LCC accounts?

When using student computers on the LCC campus, you can save your work to your My Documents folder on the student server, personalize your desktop, and access software and files that may help complete your course work. You can access your email account from any computer with Internet access, on or off-campus.

What happens when I am no longer an LCC student?

Your accounts are deleted. It is extremely important that you back up any information you wish to save on a flash drive.

If I complete Spring quarter and return Fall quarter will my account will be deleted over the summer?


May I use the computers in the teaching labs?

You may use the computers in the teaching labs when they are open and a class is not in session. If a class is using a teaching lab, you may still use a computer if one is available and you have the instructor's permission. Don't print during class time unless the instructor gives you permission.

What if I lose my Student ID card?

Check the computer lab counter or Lost and Found in the Student Activities Office.

Contact Us
Computing Center
Kim Salsbury, Program Support Supervisor, Computing Center

Lab Locations
Applied Arts Building (AAR)
150 computers divided into several labs: 1 (108), 2 (110), 3 (110C), 4 (109E), 5 (109), 6 (109C), 7 (105), and 10 (109A):

Vocational Building (VOC). Lab 8 is located in VOC 113.
  • Labs 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 10 are teaching labs. Class lectures are held in those rooms.
  • Labs 2 and 5 are open labs. Computers in the open labs are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Students not using them for school-related work, may be asked to yield to a student doing school work.

Computers in classroom labs are available for open use as needed. If all computers in the open labs are in use, classroom labs will be opened, provided no class needs them. With the instructor's permission, students may use a computer in a classroom lab while a class is in session. However, printing is not allowed without permission.
Fall, Winter & Spring
Labs closed on Sat/Sun

Lab 2 (AAR 110)
  • M/Th: 7:30 am - 7 pm
  • Fri: 7:30 am - 4 pm

Lab 5 (AAR 109)
  • M/W/Th/F: 8 am - 3:45 pm
  • Tue: 8 am - 7 pm


Lab 2 (AAR 110)

  • M/W/Th: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Tue: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm

Lab 5 (AAR 109)
  • M/T/W Th: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
  • F: Closed

Teaching labs are made available for student use when not being used for classes.