Computer labs and Workstation Cleaning
Computer workstations are cleaned and sanitized Monday through Friday morning. Sanitization is performed through Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI), or the use of UV-C light. This is a local application of light to inactivate viruses, bacteria, mold, mildew and fungi by breaking down their DNA or RNA.
For additional cleaning, Isopropyl alcohol cleaning pads can be found in the computer labs. These can be used to clean and sanitize the keyboards, mice and screens of the computers before use.
Computer workstations are available in several areas on campus:
- Templeton Hall, lab located on the lower level, Room LL-4
- Library, workstations available on all floors
- Digital Learning Lab, Library Room 3130
- Adaptive Technology Room (Library Room 1102)*
The Templeton Lab is equipped with 6 Windows based computers and 6 macOS based computers with available printers. These computers are available 24/7.
The Library is equipped with 14 Windows based computers and available printers. These computers are available during normal library hours.
The digital Learning Lab is equipped with 6 macOS based computers. Please visit https://learning.ptsem.edu for more information regarding this space. These computers and Lab are available during normal library hours.
Each operating system carries a standard software configuration with a variety of software titles.
Access to computers requires a login and password.
Please Be Advised
These public workstations are designed to not save any information on them. If you log out, restart or shutdown without saving your work, that work is not retrievable and will be permanently lost. This policy is in place to ensure individual privacy when accessing these public machine. Be sure to save all work frequently to either external USB or Filr.
Here is additional information on the Seminary's Computer Labs and equipment available:
- Adaptive Technology
- Hardware Specifications and Locations.
- Software Availability
- Using the High Speed Document Scanner (Templeton Terminal 1)
*The Adaptive Technology Room is designed for students with certain physical impairments, i.e. visual, dexterity, etc. Access to this room will require coordination with the Office of Student Life and Housing.