Lisa R. Washko
Manager, Instructional Technology

Robert Silver
Instructional Technology Systems Administrator

Christine Alexandre
Instructional Technology Systems Administrator

Vu Trieu
Instructional Technology Systems Administrator

Arksone Anachack
University Assistant

Amy S. Kullgren
Director of Client Support Services

Welcome to the Student Technology Center
Also known as the Marcus White Computer Lab    

A division of Instructional Technology

The Student Technology Center consists of 250 computers (210 Dell PCs and 40 Apple Macintosh computers).  The Student Technology Center offers default duplex B&W printing (single-sided printing is available; see STC staff for assistance), color laser printing, scanners, and a copier, as well as a wide variety of software to meet the computing needs for your coursework. The STC also has WiFi (wireless Internet) access for those students who prefer to use their own laptop computers.

When entering the Student Technology Center, all users must present a valid Central Connecticut State University Blue Chip ID card.  There are no exceptions.

There is one computerized classroom set up in the Center for faculty and training use.  The PC classroom contains 30 student PCs and has a teaching station with projector and screen. Faculty members may reserve this room for classes a few times during the semester to show their students how to use software, research on the Internet, give exams, etc.  Click here for instructions on how to reserve the room.

Wireless Printing
We are now set up for wireless printing. This gives you the capability of printing to a printer in the STC using your Windows or Apple laptop (connected wirelessly to the CCSU campus network). Standard printing charges apply – costs are subtracted from print credit or Blue Chip money. For more information and to download the plug-in, visit: printing is also available in the Student Center and the Library.

The Student Tech4U Guide is now available as an e-Book for mobile devices and e-Book readers. Click on the link below to access it.

Student Tech4U Guide

Marcus White Student Technology Center Front Desk
:  (860) 832-1722

Regular Hours of Operation Summer Hours
Mon - Thur 7:30am - midnight Mon - Thur 7:30am -  10:00pm
Fri 7:30am - 6:00pm Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sat 9:00am - 6:00pm Sat 9:00am - 4:00pm
Sun 1:00pm - 10:00pm Sun Closed
Spring Break Hours Winter /August Hours
Closed the 1st weekend of Spring Break. Closed weekends & holidays.
Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm

General Policies

  • To enter the STC, a valid CCSU ID must be presented at the front desk.
  • Lab users must be active CCSU students, faculty, or staff or CCSU alumni who fall under the current Student Technology Center Alumni Policy.
  • All lab users must adhere to the CSU Policy Statement on Student Use Of University Computer Systems and Networks.
  • No food, drinks, smoking, bicycles, or animals (except seeing-eye dogs) are permitted.
  • Except in special cases (with permission of a supervisor), facility users are not allowed to bring visitors/guests into the room with them. Visitors must wait in the lobby.
  • The use of chewing tobacco is prohibited.
  • Displaying of offending graphic images by way of Netscape, Internet Explorer or other software is not permitted. Displaying of such images is in violation of the CSU Policy on Student Use Of University Computer Systems and Networks.
  • The playing of computer or internet games is not allowed.
  • The installation of programs on the STC computers is not allowed, unless cleared by a supervisor.
  • Although there is no dress code per se, shoes and shirts are required when using the facility.
  • Office phones are reserved for facility usage only.
  • Reference manuals can be borrowed from the front desk but must not leave the room. A valid Blue Chip ID card is required to borrow a manual and will be placed in the appropriate ID box until the manual is returned.
  • Computers left idle for more than 30 minutes may be assigned to another user. (We will remove all personal belongings and save the users work before giving away the computer.)
  • Groups may utilize computers as long as such use does not compromise the noise level and work environment of the individual users of the facility.
  • Equipment and cables are to be moved by authorized personnel only.
  • Lab users may not attach personal hardware (with the exception of personal 'flash drives' for storage of information) to the computer network without permission from a supervisor.
  • Lab users are required to be out of the facility at closing time (or a few minutes before) so that the student employees can carry out closing procedures.


Student Tech4U Guide (NEW - now available as an e-Book for mobile devices and e-Book readers)

Accessing Your M: drive From Off-Campus

Software Available

Wireless Printing in the Student Technology Center

STC Alumni Access Policy

Instructions for Faculty Reserving the PC Classroom in the Student Technology Center