Computer Lab

The computer labs for the Center for Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies (CBEIS) are limited in use to members of the School of Architecture and Planning and School of Engineering.

There are two (2) computer labs exclusive to the School of Architecture and Planning located in the studio-111A and 111C. Both labs will be open for use:

Sunday - Thursday: 7 am - 2 am
Friday - Saturday: 7 am - 12 am

There are two (2) shared open labs for both the School of Architecture and Planning and School of Engineering - 352 and 256. The hours for the open labs are:

Room 352:
Sunday - Thursday: 7 am - 2 am
Friday - Saturday: 7 am - 12 am

Students must use their MSU Bear Card to access the labs. For security purposes, students must not prop open the door. If you are registered as a student in the School of Architecture and Planning and your MSU Bear Card does not grant you access to the labs, please notify Evan Richardson at evan.richardson@morgan.edu

Below are general computer lab policies:

  • Labs will remain open for students use during its designated hours except during posted classes and maintenance periods.
  • Please do not eat or drink in the computer lab as they can damage computer equipment.
  • All chairs, tables, and equipment are to remain in their respective labs at all times.
  • Please clean up all of your material (paper, trash, etc.) before leaving the computer lab. 
  • Please do not abuse the Internet for personal use (no downloading music or clips, viewing inappropriate sites, etc.). The computers should be for academic purposes only.
  • Printing is for University assignments and projects only.
  • Please do not save your work or assignments on the computer's hard drive. Use a flash drive or external hard drive. Any work saved on the hard drive may be deleted at the end of each day.
  • Please do not "lock" the computer station for any computer work (i.e. renderings)
  • Please do not share your login/password with anyone. If anything happens to the computer while your account is logged on (viruses, inappropriate downloads, excessive printing, etc.), you will be held responsible.
  • Noise levels in the computer labs should be kept at a minimum.  Headphones should be used to listen to music or videos.
  • Students must not attempt to operate the lab lecterns or projectors without proper approval from the instructor or Dean's office.
  • Please LOGOFF once you are finished using the computer(s).

PLEASE ADHERE TO ALL POLICIES. ABUSE OF POLICIES WILL RESULT IN LIMITED OPERATION HOURS FOR ALL STUDENTS. 

If you have any computer lab problems, please contact SAPTechSupport@morgan.edu or 443-885-4797 or go to 111B (Print Lab).