Computers allocated for general student use can be found in the Multimedia Resource Center (Room 103). These computers run Microsoft software for word processing and are equipped with complete Internet access. Laser printers are available for printing valid school assignments. It is requested that students supply their own paper.
Two science laboratories provide computer access for up to 24 students who use the ADAM software to help learn the anatomy and physiology of the human body.
The College does not want to discourage computer use, so a nominal technology fee is levied of all students ($60 for full-time and $30 for part-time students).
Computer Use Policy
In using the campus computer system, students must conform to the Responsible Computer Use Policy, which applies to the entire Maria College community.
- Use of the Maria College computers must be confined to college-related research or college-related business.
- No computer activities are allowed that are of a criminal nature, are morally questionable, and can potentially be interpreted as fraudulent, involving abuses of minors, or violating the rights and privacy of any individual.
Any legal actions or consequences that may arise from a student’s violation of any of the above-proscribed activities are solely the responsibility of the student and not that of Maria College . Use of the College’s computing facilities is a privilege and not a right. The privilege may be withdrawn at any time by the sole discretion of the President of the College with or without cause.