MSUM offers a number of technology tools that you can use while a student or employee. Whether it is utilizing the 24-hour computer labs on campus, educational discounts on hardware or taking advantage of the free software; make sure to check out your opportunities.
Didn’t find what you want using the options above? Check whether the publisher offers an Educational Discount. Deep discounts are often available to students and employees of an educational institution.
MSUM does not have any specific minimum requirements for student-owned computers at this time. It is generally recommended that you set a budget and then do some comparison shopping to get the best computer available for the price. Since promotions frequently change pricing, it is difficult to give an accurate price/model at any given time. The following are some basic recommendations. MSUM also offers a variety of computer labs across the campus.
Note: These requirements have recently increased to meet the specifications of the new versions of Windows and Microsoft Office that are due out later this year.
Although we don't endorse any computer
vendor for personal purchases, we do pass on offers that believe will be
advantageous to the campus community.
MSUM offers you access to more than 75 software programs available on computers in our general access labs. Some academic programs require program specific software which are available in certain labs. For a comprehensive list of software provided in each lab please refer to the software PDF listed under each lab list. You can reserve labs for instructional purposes through VirtualEMS.
CU 221, LI 101, LI 139, MA 262, MU 108, WE 218
BR 362, CB 209, CMU 221, HA 409, LI 101, LI 139, LI PAL, MA 168, MA 376
CA 43, CA151, CA 163, CA166, CA167, FR 241, FR 249, FR 252, FR 258, HA 201, HA 205, HA 316, HA 404, LH 202, LH 216, LO 090
BR 161, BR 364, CB 200, CB 212, HA 201, HA 202, HA 206, HA 317, HA 323, HA 324, KH 216, LI 113, LI 208, LH 114, LH 302, LH 306, LO 208, MA 169, MA 276, MA 384, NZ 206
For any medical emergency always call 9-911 from campus phone or 911 from your cell. Once the emergency responders are on the way, call Campus Security at 2449.
If you feel there is a serious threat to safety while working in the lab, you should call Campus Security at 2449.
If you would like routine security assistance or an escort to your car or dorm, call Campus Security at 2449.
You should consider it a computer system emergency only if a problem affects all the computers in the lab. For example, no one in the lab can print, or no one can log into their email account, or none of the computers can browse the Internet. If you encounter one of these problems, call Campus Security at 2449.