Welcome to the UNT Student Computer Labs
Dear UNT Student,
We, as members of the General Access Lab Study Committee, have been tasked with determining what computer labs on campus need to look like in the future. In order to prepare this report, we request some information from you regarding what elements of the current computer labs are helpful. We also want to learn what you would like to see in future computer labs at UNT. The link below will take you to a very short survey to help us gather this information. This survey should not take you more than two to three minutes, but will provide invaluable information in helping this committee to plan for technology for the future at UNT. Thank you so much for taking time to help shape the future of technology at the University of North Texas.
Click on this link to take this survey UNT Student Technology Resources Survey.
The UNT General Access Lab Study Committee
The UNT Student Computer Labs, SCL, include 14 general-access computer labs across the UNT campus and at Discovery Park, serving the needs of UNT students and faculty. Each lab in the SCL network is operated and supported by one of UNT's schools, colleges, or organizational units.
In addition to meeting the general academic needs of all UNT students, each lab provides discipline-specific software and resources to fulfill the unique academic requirements of the students within the supporting school or college.
The Student Computer Labs provide innovative technologies and services that attract, inspire and support current and future UNT students as they pursue their academic and personal goals. Additionally, the labs offer a wide range of services and resources that support innovation, creative cross-discipline endeavors and academic development.
It is the mission of the Student Computer Labs to support the university’s mission and strategic plans by providing the following.
- Open access to high quality, technologically-advanced environments in which students may pursue their academic endeavors
- State-of-the-art environments that support students in their personal and professional goals and assist them in preparing for the work force of the future
- Technology that promotes the university's commitment to academics, research, community engagement, and creative activities
- Professional and friendly customer service assistants who enhance the university's ability to attract and retain qualified students
- Computer lab environments that support increased leadership in professional service and outreach activities that improve the quality of life in the North Texas area
- Environments that nurture a spirit of community, unity, and pride throughout the university.
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