• Staff

    Gina Doherty, Director
    Jose Gonzalez, Assistant Director
    Jason Harris, Office Coordinator

  • ID Cards

    Each student is issued a Suffolk Law School ID card. You may obtain one from the Suffolk Police located on the first floor of Sargent Hall. You must have your Suffolk ID to gain access to the computer lab.

  • Food & Cell Phones

    Food, drinks (including spill proof containers) and cell phones are not permitted in the computer lab.

  • Printing

    Operation Paper Cut

    The Suffolk University community is taking steps to reduce its carbon footprint and its paper consumption with the adoption of Operation Paper Cut.
    Beginning today, Suffolk will provide a printing allotment of 1250 pages per semester (in the form of a $62.50 credit to your RAM Suffolk University ID card) to each student enrolled in the Law School. You will be allowed to roll over any unused amounts from your printing allotment from the fall semester to the spring semester.
    The Computer Lab machines and laptop printers have been configured for the new PaperCut process.

    For more information on your Suffolk RAM Card:

    http://www.suffolk.edu/ramcard

  • Lab Equipment

    44 HP Computers with Windows 7, 3 MAC Computers with Snow Leopard, 6 HP LaserJets, 2 dedicated for laptop printing, 1 HP Scanner, Microsoft Office, Email, IE, Westlaw & Lexis

  • Help Desk

    The Law School Help Desk provides technology services to all registered Law School students and alumni. Technology resources available include:

    • Email Troubleshooting
    • Wired and wireless network access
    • Printing including laptop printing
    • Scanner services
    • Laptop troubleshooting including laptop certification and exam software
    • Available software for registered students includes: Microsoft Office 2010 (WIN), Microsoft Office 2011 (MAC) and Symantec Antivirus
    • Technology guides
    • Blackboard

Laptop Information

All laptops must be scanned for viruses and obtain a certification sticker from Law Academic Technology before connecting to the Sargent Hall Network ports. The Symantec Antivirus program is available for PC & MAC free of charge to all registered students.

To schedule your laptop certification, click the Laptop Certification button

It is best and quickest if you download the Symantec antivirus program from Campus Cruiser and run a full scan within 3 days of your scheduled appointment. Your Operating System security must also be up to date.

Under Academic Technology (in left column), Choose Antivirus Software
Follow the instructions to download.
Once you download and the installation is complete, follow the instructions to scan.

For MAC users: please take and save a screen shot of the results

To all MAC users: OS 10.6 or higher is required for our licensed antivirus and to use Examsoft. If you are interested in upgrading your MCC OS, please contact Apple.

 

Laptop Purchasing Info

All registered Suffolk students are eligible for special pricing through HP if you wish to purchase a PC/laptop or Apple if you would prefer a MacBook.

HP: http://www.cdwg.com/SuffolkStudents

APPLE: http://store.apple.com/us_edu_204794/recommended

All laptops must be scanned for viruses and obtain a certification sticker from Computer Services before connecting to the Sargent Hall Network ports (including wireless network). The Symantec Antivirus program is available free of charge to all registered students.

In addition to the corporate edition of Symantec Antivirus, we also provide, without charge, the Microsoft Office Professional suite (including Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and OneNote). The software bundle will be available on CD to the entering class when you get your laptop certified.


Laptop Printing

For information on printing, login to Campus Cruiser for instructions.