Bryan's Information Technology Services department maintains campus computer networks and workstations which are designed to give students and faculty access to state-of-the-art technology resources.
Computer labs in the library, Mercer Hall, and residence halls provide more than 140 student computers. The library and administration buildings offer spacious computer labs. Computer labs in residence halls are available around the clock. Majors including Communication Studies, Education, English, Computer Science, and Natural Science have technology-specific labs.
Classrooms feature state-of-the art SmartBoard technology that combines multimedia with touch-sensitive boards and LCD projection.
BryanNet (Bryan College Network) provides students with email, file storage, campus software, and other educational tools. Student workstations run Microsoft Windows XP Professional and Microsoft Office System 2003 Professional.
Students can use their personal computers on campus to access the Internet via our wireless network (802.11b).
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