Computer Labs - Batavia

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The largest concentration of computer labs in Batavia is located in the Conable Technology Building. In that building, there are six dedicated classrooms for instruction (T202, T203, T204, T205, T206, D210) and a Computer Learning Lab (T207) open to all currently registered students to use a computer on a drop-in basis.

Open Computer Lab

The Computer Learning Lab is staffed by student workers when it is open who are available to assist you with basic computer questions. They cannot help you directly with homework assignments but can help you find the software or electronic information you may need to complete an assignments. More extended help and tutoring is available in the Assisted Learning Lab (D209) which is part of the Center for Academic Progress.

The Conable Technology building computer labs have, in addition to computers, scanners and printers. There is access to color printing on a limited basis in T207 for students creating materials for class use.


In addition to the computer labs in the Conable Technology Building, there are a small handful of labs that support specific programs:

  • Language Lab (A312) is dedicated to supporting foreign language, reading and ESL classes
  • CSN Lab (D203) is dedicated to the support of the various Computer and Technology degree programs
  • CAD lab (E125) is dedicated to the Drafting and Engineering program
  • Apple Lab (E122) is dedicated to the Communications and Digital Arts program
  • Assisted Learning Lab (ALL - D209) is dedicated to tutoring and academic support
  • Library Computer Lab which is used by Library staff when training students in using Library bibliographic resources
  • BEST Center Lab (T104) is used by the BEST Center to offer training programs to outside organizations and provide workforce development opportunities

There are student computers in smaller labs, for example the Math Tutoring Lab, the Writing Lab, Library to allow students to complete work.

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