Special Hours for Student Technology Suites

The Student Technology Suites (BC194) will be closed during Spring Break (March 6-10) and will resume normal operating hours at 8:00am on Monday, March 13, 2023.

The Student Technology Suites are located in the Ball Communication Building, Room BC194. They offer multiple rooms of different sizes to use for many technology-based purposes. These rooms include:

Accessible Technology

In addition to our full Accessible Technology Lab in RB168, the Student Technology Suites offer access to screen readers, a Braille printer, and other accessible technologies.

Meeting Rooms with Computers

The Student Technology Suites provide several meeting spaces equipped with computers for student use. There is a small meeting room with tables and chairs for 3 to 5 people and one available computer, two medium size meeting rooms with tables and chairs for 6 to 8 people and one available computer, and a large meeting room with seating for 10-15 people and 10 available computers.

Flex Rooms

In addition, there are several small flex rooms that could be used for testing, small group meetings (2 to 3 people), as well as a couple of sound-proof rooms where students could record a podcast or make voiceover recordings. (Audio recording equipment is not yet available, so students will need to provide their own.)

Lounge Area

An informal seating area with comfortable furniture for student group meetings, studying, or just hanging out.

How Can Students Use The Suites?

Simply check-in at the front desk. (We may consider a reservation system in the future.)

These rooms can be used for many technology-based purposes, such as:

  • Taking individual tests 
  • Group project meetings
  • Club meetings 
  • Participate in Zoom classes/meetings
  • Speech, presentation or interview practice for individuals or groups
  • Study sessions
  • Brainstorming and collaboration sessions
  • Private meetings
  • Gaming nights

Additional technology solutions may become available over time as we better understand the academic technology needs of students.