Monroe County Community College has four major computer labs for the convenience of students, including three on Main Campus and one at the Whitman Center in Temperance.
Founders Hall Open Lab Facility
Is open for use whenever the building is open.
For Testing Center Information please visit the Testing Center page.,
For students who need to take a test (which could include any of the following: Placement, Makeup, Computer Skills Competency Assessment, other college testing, Metro, and onground TEAS testing), they will come to the Testing Center located in Founders Hall, Room F-160.
If students need assistance with their email, Brightspace, or WebPal password/username, a technician in the Testing Center, Room F-160 will be able to help them.
CLOSED until further notice.
*Days and times are subject to change, please call ahead to verify.
The Business Learning Lab is an open computer lab at the Whitman Center location in Temperance that provides free support services for all students to help in the development of academic skills essential to successful learning. The staff of the BLL assist students with computer and network operations, interpretation of instructional materials and procedures associated with various software packages used in the computer labs. The lab is equipped with 16 computer systems. Staff also provide students with Brightspace learning management system and college e-mail account assistance, such as login credentials and password resets.
The Health Sciences Computer Lab is an open lab that is available for students currently enrolled in health sciences courses. The lab is not staffed and open during the Health Sciences Division office hours. The lab supports student learning by providing self-paced instruction for students who are assigned specific software programs, such as clinical simulations. The lab is equipped with 12 computer systems.
Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m.-10 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m.-Noon
The Campbell Learning Resource Center Computer Lab is located in the basement of Campbell Learning Resource Center. It is not an open-access lab. The lab is equipped with 25 computers and is not staffed. The lab is largely used for classes in the Humanities/Social Sciences Division and various training sessions. To reserve the lab, call or email by using the contact info above.