There are twenty-nine ITS Campus Computing Sites available for general use—twenty-five on Central Campus and four on North Campus. All Campus Computing Sites are open to University of Michigan students, faculty, and staff.
There are three types of workstations in Campus Computing Sites: a full-use Windows workstation, a full-use Macintosh workstation, and a limited-use cyberstation. The cyberstations are primarily only loaded with software that allow for Internet and e-mail access. A few cyberstation locations also have Microsoft Office available. None of our workstations have floppy drives.
Several computing labs on campus are staffed with computer consultants. The Campus Computing Sites that have consulting staff are Angell Hall and the School of Education (SEB). These consultants can answer standard computing services and Sites-related computing questions to help you work more effectively in the Sites computing environment. Consulting times may vary at the school and college sites that offer assistance. Check with the specific site for more information.