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Students working in a computer lab.

Walk-In Computer Labs

Any time you come to use a computer, you must wear a face-covering at all times, properly fitted over both your mouth and nose.

Labs are located within the library of each campus and are staffed by Academic Technology specialists who provide support to students for academic technologies like Blackboard and Microsoft Office, help with printing and scanning, and other general computer & technology questions.

Computer Labs Feature:

  • PC and Macintosh workstations
  • Laser printers
  • Scanning
  • Copying
  • Ergonomic seating

NECC Computing Guidelines

  • Computer Labs may be used by current students only. Students must log in to Navigate with their NECC Student ID before accessing a lab computer. If you do not have a NECC Student ID, they can be obtained at the Welcome Express Desks on both campuses. On the Haverhill campus, the Welcome Express Desk is located in the Behrakis Student Center on the first floor of the SC building. On the Lawrence campus, the Welcome Express Desk is in the lobby of the Dimitry building.
  • Students, staff, and faculty members are responsible for following all policies outlined in the Computer and Network Usage Policy. Anyone violating a computer policy may be subject to disciplinary actions.
  • Log Off Computers. When finished with a lab computer, please log off from the computer. It is not necessary to turn off the computer.
  • The use of computers in the labs is for academic purposes only.
  • Space is limited in the computer labs, so once you complete your coursework please allow another student to use the lab computer.
  • Print Responsibly. Lab printers default to double-sided printing to save paper. Please scale Powerpoints and PDFs to conserve toner and paper. If you need help scaling a document or are printing a large job, please ask the Academic Technology Assistants for help.
  • Installation of software on public computers is prohibited. If you require assistance with any computer applications, inform the Academic Technology Assistants monitoring the lab.

Lost and Found

  • Haverhill library service desk A-330
  • Public Safety office on the Haverhill campus C-112 (Spurk building)
  • Public Safety office on the Lawrence campus first floor of 78 Amesbury St (LA building)

NECC is not responsible for items that are lost or stolen in the computer labs so please monitor your belongings at all times.

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