The Academic Computing Resource Center continues to support students in Computer Science and Computer Networking Information Technology. In addition, there is specialized software to support students from Broadcasting, Cinema, Journalism, Photography, and Visual Media Design.
Software includes programs for Introduction to Macintoshes/Windows, cross-platform Multimedia (Graphic Design, Audio/Video Editing, DVD Authoring, Web Development/Design, 2-D Animation using Adobe Flash 3-D modeling, Desktop Publishing, Digital Photo Enhancements and Post-Production), Linux with a dedicated subnet (System Administration, Network Security and Network Services), Microsoft Office, web development and programming (C, C++, Java, PHP, Perl, Oracle, SQL, and more).
CCSF Open Labs
There are a few computer labs on campus that are available for use to any currently registered CCSF students.
Each lab is tailored to meet the needs of different users, so software availability is varied and the hours of operations can change as budgets and staff availibility dictate.
Please download a PDF version of the CCSF Open Labs Schedule that includes locations, hours, websites, and restrictions, if any.