The General Purpose Computer Lab, located in Charles Webb Hall, in room 410, is an open, general-purpose computer lab. In this lab Eastern students can complete assignments using state of the art technology. This General Purpose Computer Lab is the largest computer based facility on campus. Lab Staff consisting of Michael Berlin, University Assistants, and Student Workers are responsible for keeping the lab in operation.
- Michael Berlin oversees the lab’s operation and provides support for the instructional classrooms during normal business hours.
- Student Workers assist in the operation of the computer lab by monitoring the printers, answering questions, resetting student account passwords, and reporting problems during lab hours.
- Part-time University Assistants also help oversee lab operations and assist users.
Fall and Spring Semester Hours
Monday – Thursday 7:30am – Midnight
Friday 7:30am – 7:00pm
Saturday 8:30am – 6:00pm
Sunday 10:00am – Midnight
- Please note, the lab hours are reduced during the summer and intercession periods.
- To check on the lab schedule, refer to signs posted in the lab, or call (860) 465-4619 and
select option 1.
- To speak with a member of the Lab Staff please dial (860) 465-4619 and select option 2.
All students are required to sign-in when entering the General Purpose Computer Lab. To sign in students must slide their student ID card through a special card reader. The card reader is located just inside the entrance to the computer lab (see illustration below). Also note that it is not necessary for students to sign-out. Compliance with the sign in policy is strictly enforced.
Additionally, all lab patrons should adhere to the following regulations while in the General Purpose Computer Lab.
- Never bring any food or drinks in the computer lab.
- Never share your password with anyone for any reason! If you suspect that your password has been compromised, change it immediately or contact the lab staff.
- Avoid any unnecessary conversation and noisy behavior while using the lab. Be considerate of your fellow students.
- Also, you should be familiar with CSU and ECSU policies governing the use of computers on campus.
- Per Connecticut state law, CSU and ECSU computer policies, pornographic material may not be viewed, printed or distributed within this lab. Games are also prohibited.