Did you know? COM Computer Labs

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Did you know?

Did you know that the College of Management runs two computer labs as well as a student lounge?


These computer labs are located on the second floor of Pasteur Hall in rooms 205 and 207. (You will need your student I.D to gain entrance!)

PA-205
  • 36 Dell desktop computers
  • 1 laser printer
  • 2 overhead projectors
  • 1 teaching station
  • Whiteboard

PA-207

  • 41 Lenovo desktop computers
  • 2 laser printers
  • 1 overhead projector
  • 5 laptop stations (ethernet and wifi)


The COM Student Lounge is also a great place!

PA-203 (Student Lounge)


  • 2 LCD TVs
  • Laptop A/V hookup
  • Composite A/V hookup
  • Whiteboards

 As a COM student, it would be a great idea to use these COM areas. They're excellent places to study as well as finish your homework. The student lounge is also a great place to work on group projects!


Have any questions?

If you have any questions contact Dr. Frank Andrews, Associate Dean for the College of Management, 978.934.2816 or frank_andrews@uml.edu

Questions for the blogger?
Contact Matt Lawson by leaving a comment below, or e-mail! Matthew_lawson1@student.uml.edu






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