Academic Computing supports the instructional and research functions of the University by providing access to diverse computing resources. These resources include Windows, Mac, Linux, and UNIX servers and workstations. Over 25 computer laboratories supporting PC and Macintosh standards are available on campus for open access and instructional needs.
The Instructional Technology Center encourages, assists, and provides support for the use of technology as an innovative tool to facilitate and enhance teaching and learning. ITC staff members actively support faculty and students as they use technology to solve problems, present research, and teach. The ITC is also a great place to collaborate and work. We have plenty of furniture for comfortable studying or group projects. There are couches in the new student lounge and many other spaces designed for individual or group work. Ask about our Smart Kapp IQ board that allows you to take notes collaboratively or display your device for group work.
The Music Library, located in 235 Dacus Library (#36 on the campus map), serves primarily the Department of Music, but is open to the entire Winthrop community. Its collection consists primarily of scores, recordings, and videos of classical music and jazz. It also holds basic reference works in music and a variety of computer programs and CD-ROMs for the study of music theory and history. Materials may be checked out with a valid Winthrop ID, but in-house facilities for listening or viewing are also available. Loan periods are listed below.
The mission for the Rutledge Visual Resources Facility is to provide the appropriate technological and computing resources to support teaching, research, and creative production to the faculty and students in the College of Visual and Performing Arts. The facility holds computers and related digital and multimedia equipment, some periodicals and monographs, and various other equipment to support the educational efforts of the faculty and students.
The mission of the Academic Success Center at Winthrop University is to support the academic pursuits of undergraduate students and to promote self-regulated, lifelong learning through a variety of services.
he Mathematics Tutorial Center (MTC) is open to students enrolled in all mathematics courses but is primarily designed to support students enrolled in MATH 101, MATH 104, MATH 105, MATH 150, MATH 151, MATH 201, and MATH 291. Students needing assistance in courses not in this list should use their instructors as their primary support mechanism. No appointment is needed.