The College of Liberal Arts has a multitude of resources to assist students in achieving
their academic goal. These resources include computer labs, alterative learning spaces,
and the Writing Center. The LA Building also houses the LA Café; a scaled down version
of our dining halls offering made-to-order, a la carte items that include sandwiches,
wraps, coffee, and sushi.
The College of Liberal Arts has twelve (12) Alternative Learning Spaces. These quiet
spaces are used for studying, student collaboration, educational events, and student
group meetings. In some areas, the Alternative Learning Spaces have computers attached
to 42 inch LCD monitors and a interface box to allow students, faculty, and guests
to connect their laptops and other peripherals. Whiteboards are also available to
mimic the classroom experience outside of the classroom.
The College of Liberal Arts has 7 Windows Operating System computer labs located throughout the building with general software such as Microsoft Office, and
departmental specific software such as ArcGIS, SPSS, Faces, Write-N-Cite, and Idrisi.
The college also has 1 Mac lab that primarily services the Anthropology majors and
EMF majors studying a joint EMF and Anthropology curriculum.
For CLA students presenting research posters, the College of Liberal Arts provides
free printing on our HP LaserJet Z6810 large format printer. Please see your faculty
member or the administrative assistant of your department for more information.
Please note that this can only be used by CLA students printing large format posters
in conjuction with or for CLA courses/research. Please submit posters at least two
(2) business days prior to your anticipated need.