Computer Center

Located on the first floor of Alverno’s Sister Joel Read Center (RC), Alverno’s Computer Center is available for student use on average more than 100 hours per week during the semester. Computer Center hours are available online at the Technology Services website. The Computer Center contains more than 100 student-use computers and includes one large open-access lab, three computer classrooms, and four small-group workrooms. The classrooms and small-group workrooms may be reserved by faculty for class sessions and group study, but are otherwise available for general student use if not reserved. 

Another open access computer lab is located in Christopher Hall close to Christopher and Alexia Hall classrooms.  Small 24-hour computer labs are located in the Clare and Austin residence halls for resident students.

Color and black/white printing, copying and scanning are available in the Computer Center.  Students may print from lab computers or from their mobile devices using our mobile printing option.  Print jobs must be released at printers or multi-function devices on campus by swiping your student ID or entering your Alverno network username and password on the release station touch-screen.  To minimize paper waste, any jobs not released will be deleted after 24 hours in the print queue.

Classes that use computers regularly throughout a semester can meet in one of seven self-contained computer classrooms with built-in projection/sound systems and a black/white laser printer located throughout campus. There are also several computer clusters with specialized, subject-related software in schools and departments such as nursing, biology, and music, and in the Media Hub lab.

Student employees along with professional staff are available to provide technical support when the Computer Center is open.

You can reach the Computer Center at 414-382-6336.