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CCA has a broad range of computer labs, lab classrooms, and casual–use computer stations outfitted to serve the college's varied curriculum.


Oakland Computer Labs

Lab

Type*

Location

Hours

Equipment**

LAB A

Computer Lab Classroom

Irwin Hall

starting 8/31/15

Sunday-Saturday 7am-2am

19 workstations
19 Wacom Intuos 4 tablets
19 Media card readers
19 Cintiq 13" HD Displays
5 Epson v750 scanners
1 B&W printer
1 Color phaser

MANX 204

Open Computer Lab

Martinez Annex

Sunday-Saturday 8am-10pm

16 workstations
11 Epson v750 scanners
2 Nikon Coolscan 5000
1 Nikon Coolscan 9000
4 Wacom Intuos 4 tablets
1 B&W Printer
1 Color Phaser
​2 Networked Inkjet Epson Printers

Meyer Library Lab

Open Computer Lab

Meyer Library

See Library Hours

23 workstations
12 Wacom Intuos 3 tablets
11 Epson scanners (v750/v600)
4 21" Wacom Cintiq 21UX
1 B&W Printer

San Francisco Computer Labs

View map of San Francisco Computer Labs - due to construction not all locations maybe accurate

Lab

Type*

Location

Hours

Equipment**

SF LAB A

Computer Lab Classroom

Main Bldg, 2nd Floor

Open 24/7

19 workstations

SF LAB B

Computer Lab Classroom

Main Bldg, 2nd Floor

Open 24/7

20 workstations

SF LAB C

Computer Lab Classroom

Main Bldg, 2nd Floor

Open 24/7

18 workstations

SF LAB D

Open Computer Lab

Main Bldg, 2nd Floor

Open 24/7

26 workstations

* Computer Lab Type

  • Open Computer Labs
    • High-end computer labs available to all CCA students and faculty, dedicated for graphic–intensive work. These labs have between 18–24 workstations, scanners, media–card readers, black–and–white and color laser printers.
  • Computer Lab Classrooms
    • The lab classrooms are dedicated for a variety of computer–based classes and can be used as open labs when classes are not being held. These labs have between 18–20 workstations, LCD projectors, sounds and speaker systems, and various peripherals.
  • Departmental Computer Labs
    • The departmental labs typically have fewer workstations and are outfitted to serve a specific department's computing needs. These labs are generally open to all students, with priority given to students within the specific department.
  • Casual–Use Computer Stations
    • Casual–use computer stations are dedicated for word processing, Internet and email access. Students are encouraged to use these computers (or their personal computers) for these activities. Casual–use stations are located in the libraries and student lounge.

** Equipment Details

All computer workstations have this general hardware configuration. May vary slightly in each lab (for full listings, see Oakland Computer Labs and SF Computer Labs).

  • Dual Boot Mac Pros, Dual 2.26 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon (8 Core)
  • 20" Apple Cinema Displays
  • Wacom Intuos 4 Tablets
  • Media Card Readers

Software installed on all workstations include:

  • Mac OS X
    • Ableton Live 8.3
    • Adobe Acrobat X
    • Adobe Creative Suite 6
  • Windows 8
    • Adobe Acrobat X
    • Adobe Captivate 4
    • Adobe Creative Suite 6

Printers and Scanners

  • Epson v750 Scanners
  • Color: Xerox 7800GX Color Phaser (in DFAS only)
  • B&W: HP LaserJet 9050 B&W Printer

Lab Accounts: Generic Local User Account

To log onto the Mac OSX or Windows 7 computer lab workstations please use the local user account.

For more information, please see a User Support Specialist for assistance, or contact the Help Desk.