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Computing Resources on Campus - Lab Locations

Public Student Computing Lab Locations

ITS computing labs are open during fall and spring semesters while classes are in session. These labs are available 24/7 for all students to use. You will need your Mills ID card to open the doors of these labs.

  • Stern 10
  • CPM 207

Computer Classroom Locations

ITS computer classrooms are open during fall and spring semesters while classes are in session. When these rooms are not scheduled for classes, they are open for all students to use 24/7. Please check the schedules online or on the door before entering these rooms to ensure you are not interrupting a class. You will need your Mills ID card to open the doors of these computer classrooms.

Commuting Student Labs/Lounges

ITS computing labs are open during fall and spring semesters while classes are in session. These labs are for our commuting students only. Go to the HMDS office and present your Mills ID card to request a key to the appropriate commuting student lab. All commuting student labs are located in the Student Union.

  • Graduate Lounge—graduate students
  • Mary Atkins—resuming undergraduate students (over age 23)
  • Persis Coleman—traditional age undergraduate students

Residence Hall Labs

ITS computing labs are open during fall and spring semesters while classes are in session. These labs are only for residential students who live in the hall. You will need your Mills ID card to open the doors of the lab in these residence halls:

  • Ege 
  • Ethel Moore
  • Mary Morse 
  • Orchard-Meadow
  • Warren Olney
  • White

Academic Department Computing Labs

Access to these labs is typically restricted to students enrolled in courses in each department. Rules, regulations, hours of operation and access vary. Ask your professor or the department's faculty administrative assistant if you have questions regarding access to these labs. Some departmental computing labs include:

  • Art Photo
  • Book Art
  • Dance  
  • Education
  • Intermedia Arts (Prieto Lab)
  • Math & Computer Science
  • MBA
  • Natural Sciences
  • Nursing
  • Psychology
  • Public Policy

Other Student Computing Facilities

Rules, regulations, hours of operation and access vary. Ask your professor or the department's administrative assistant if you have questions regarding access to these labs. Some additional computing facilities include:

  • Art Graduate Studios
  • Career Center
  • Center for Academic Excellence (CAE)
  • Center for Contemporary Music (CCM)
  • Cowell Student Resource Center
  • F. W. Olin Library
  • Place for Writers
  • Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD)
  • Solidarity Lounge
  • Women of Color Resource Center

For assistance, please contact the Information Technology HelpDesk at 510.430.2005, email helpdesk@mills.edu, or submit a request at helpdesk.mills.edu.

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Contact Information

Information Technology HelpDesk
Lucie Stern Hall 21

P: 510.430.2005
E: helpdesk@mills.edu
W: helpdesk.mills.edu

Last Updated: 6/18/14