Marygrove College has computer labs all across it's campus. Some labs are general public labs meant for general use. Other labs such as the C.I.S lab and Math lab have a specific purpose of helping and testing students in those specific subjects. Below is an interactive map which shows some of the major labs across campus.Click on a computer icon to get information about a particular lab and lab location.
Located at the Library are two labs, first the Library Reference Lab which is in the library. You can use this lab to do general computer work. Speak with Library staff for details as to when it's open and which times.
Located below the Library is the STICC lab which is managed by the Educational Technology Services Department (ETS). The purpose of this lab is to improve student technology literacy through training workshops, one-on-one consultation, and other types of group work.
The Liberal Arts building has a number of labs. On the 4th floor in the Art department there is a Lab with iMacs geared towards graphic design. On the 3rd floor there is a Math lab tailored to Math testing and assistance. The Liberal Arts building also hosts the C.I.S lab and Chemistry Labs which are tailored to their respective subjects.
The Student Center has two computer labs. They are both located on the first floor. The first lab you'll see when you walk into the main entrance will be in the room on the right. At the end of the hall there is another lab called the Learning Resource Center.
The Madame Cadillac Building has two Social Work labs located on the 3rd floor. The Music Department has a Listening Lab located on the 2nd floor. The Language Arts department has a lab located on the 3rd floor as well.
The Dorms at Marygrove have two computer labs. One located on the Main Floor and the other located on the second floor. These are general purpose labs that can be used for any work that needs to be done.