Institutional Technology provides students, faculty and staff at Marymount California University with state-of-the-art computer networks, workstations and computer-related services.
IT supports 250 workstations throughout campus. Marymount utilizes a combination of Dell desktops and virtual clients.
The following software is available across all campuses and for all student labs. This software runs in a normal, full featured Windows 7 desktop.
Because of licensing restrictions, student do not have access to this full desktop from their own devices. Instead, student can access MarymountAnywhere Apps from their own devices (see MarymountAnywhere Apps document)
PC Software – Staff and Faculty
The following software can be made available across all campuses to all Staff and Faculty physical computers. This includes all classroom computers.
Software runs in a normal, full featured Windows 7 desktop.
Software is pre-installed on all faculty/staff computers. However, software with a security or licensing restriction needs to be activated by IT Services to show up – this is dependent on the Restrictions column.
Marymount Anywhere Apps
The following Apps can be made available on all computer across all campuses, virtual or physical, remote or local, to staff/faculty/students.
Applications show up based on a users membership in the User Group. This is controlled by IT Services. Group membership is dependent on the Restrictions column.Computer Labs
Institutional Technology operates a number of computer labs for students. All students enrolled at Marymount may use the computers in the computer lab (Oceanside building). Other labs are available only to students enrolled in specific Marymount classes. During certain, variable non-reserved hours, however, some of these labs will be opened to the general student population. Some labs that follow this practice are the Video Lab (WF-111 at the Waterfront campus) and the graphic design lab (WF-140 at the Waterfront campus). There are also 14 workstations in the Library where you can conduct online research.
Institutional Technology supports three media carts that may be reserved for use by students, faculty and staff. If you would like to reserve one of the media carts for a presentation, please call the help desk at ext. 7268 or send an email to email@example.com.
Each media cart is equipped with a Dell laptop with DVD player, LCD projector and speakers.
The library provides online resources for students, staff and faculty on their Web site. Some of these resources are subscription based and require authentication. If you are here on campus using a computer connected to the Marymount network the authentication happens automatically. If you want to access the library’s online resources from home or somewhere off campus, you can do this by connecting to Marymount’s network with a VPN connection.