Classroom Technology

Classroom Audio Visual

The majority of the College‚Äôs classrooms, lecture halls, and huddle spaces have been upgrading to a standard control interface. This allows faculty, students, and staff to move from one room to another and have a consistent sense of how the room is operated. Classrooms come equipped with a variety of different technologies including: Computers, Projection, Interactive whiteboards, DVD players, digital and analog inputs, and conference cameras. Smaller classrooms may be equipped with a more mobile technology cart that includes a large LCD display, computer, and conference camera.


The Instructional Technology team maintains 45 labs equipped with desktops and thin client computers. Labs contain both specialized and general use software for faculty and students to conduct research, administer tests, or create content. The Digital Media Labs in Barret 210 and Briggs 013 offer high-end computers for content creation, coding, and editing. Requesting software or tools in a lab can be done by visiting

Recent Classroom Upgrades

The video below is an overview of recent classroom upgrades. 

Summer 2019 AV Upgrades