Campus Computing provides 2 open computer labs and 2 classrooms for students. The labs in Bayboro Hall, BAY 226 and BAY 227, are open to students during regular business hours and later most days.
There is a variety of software installed on the lab computers to support courses offered at USF St. Petersburg. The open labs also offer black & white and color printing, paid for using your student ID and the Bull Bucks. Scanners are also available for student use.
Here are some details about the labs:
- Operating System
- Windows 7 64bit
- Web Browsing
- Internet Explorer 8
- Publishing and Design
- Adobe CS 5.5 Design Standard
Microsoft Office 2010
MS SharePoint and Visio 2010
- Math and Statistics
IBM SPSS 20
- Media Players and Plugins
- Adobe Flash Player
Adobe Shockwave Player
Windows Media Player
- Other Applications
- ACL 9
ArcGIS 10 (BAY226)
ArcGIS 9.2 (BAY227)
ArcView GIS 3.2
ERDAS Imagine 9
GLEIM Test Prep
Google Earth Sketchup
Roxio Easy CD Creator
|Dell Optiplex 780|
|Operating System||Windows 7 64-bit|
|Processor||Intel Core 2 Duo at 3.0GHz|
|Memory (RAM)||4 gigabytes|
|Storage||160 gigabyte hard disk drive|
|Display||19 inch LCD monitor|
|Optical Drive||16x speed DVD±RW and CD-RW drive|
|Graphics||256 megabyte ATI Radeon 3450|
|Audio||Headphone and microphone jacks|
|I/O Connectors||2 available USB ports (front)|
|Printers BAY 226|
|HP LaserJet 9000dn||Black & White||5¢ per page|
|HP LaserJet 4600dn||Color||22¢ per page|
|HP Scanjet 8350 w/ automatic feed||BAY 226|
|Epson Perfection 1650||BAY 227|
Rules and Policies
Computer labs are provided for students to complete course work related to their studies at the University of South Florida. Students found to be using lab facilities for purposes other than related course work or communication will be asked to leave the lab. Please read the lab policies for additional information.
Computers at the labs are configured to provide a specific suite of application software that meets the needs of most students. The lab is not equipped to support all commercially available software. Students are not allowed to load personal software on computer hard drives. Playing computer games that are not course work related is not allowed. Students playing computer games will be asked to close the game and leave the lab. Please be considerate of others that need to do college assignments and adhere to these policies.
Students are required to provide their own writable CDs or DVDs. The lab does not provide students with blank media. USB flash drives may be brought in and used.
All labs will close at the closing time specified in our hours of operation. Users will be reminded at least 10 minutes prior to closing, allowing them time to send documents to the printer and to save their work. No student will be allowed to stay in the labs after closing.
Our lab technicians are trained to provide basic help to lab users. They are able to help you start your applications, offer help with printing, restarting computers and applications. They can provide general information on Windows. Lab technicians are not trained to debug programs, analyze output or assist with homework. Please consult your T/A, or professor for this type of help.
The telephone in the lab is not a courtesy phone. Lab users are not to receive calls in the labs.
Students are not allowed to reconfigure or install programs on the computers or printers located in the lab. Storing unauthorized software on the lab computers is not allowed. Students are not authorized to plug/unplug cables from the rear of computers.
- Black & white printouts cost five cents per page.
- Color printouts cost 22 cents per page.
- Printers are provided for bona-fide course work only. Paper substitution is not allowed.
- Reprints are available free of charge for printer jams. We are not responsible for variations in color.
Refunds are not available.
Self Help & Documentation
A limited amount of documentation is available in the lab. Most programs have a “Help” menu option for additional help, and searching online is also encouraged. Users are required to show a valid USF identification card. No other form of identification may be substituted. Documentation is for lab use only and is not to be taken out of the lab.