Mott Library's computer lab also functions as a classroom, so the lab is frequently reserved. To check availability call (810) 762-0403 or check online at the Mott Library's facebook page.
The Library's computer lab closes 15 minutes before the building closes.
Scanning & Printing:
- Scanner available, self-serve, accommodates 9" x 12"
- Self-serve, fee-based, networked laser printer
- $ .04 per page for black and white printing
- $ .25 per page for color printing
- Students must have funds available on their student ID or a generic Campus Card to pay for printing
- A Campus Card vending machine is available in the Library near the copy machines. Campus Cards cost $1 and come preloaded with $1 of printing credit. Additional credit can be purchased with cash.
- Wireless printing is available for connected mobile devices. Direct your favorite browser to http://print.mcc.edu and follow the on-screen prompts
Rules & Policies:
Use of the Mott Library's Open Computer Lab is a privilege, not a right. Patrons must be willing to comply with Mott Library's Computer Lab Rules and the Library's Code of Conduct or they will lose their computer lab privileges. Using the college computers signifies agreement to all MCC Acceptable Use Policies.
Other Computer Labs and Study Areas
MCC Computer Labs
There are three of the computer labs are open labs for MCC students to use on a drop-in basis (students must have current ID card). Lapeer Extension Center, Northern Tier Center, and Southern Lakes Branch Center have computers during normal business hours and a lab when not used for instructional purposes.
The Writing Center is sponsored by the Humanities Division and provides one-on-one assistance to students, faculty and MCC staff with any writing project, from understanding assignments and gathering information, to developing ideas and tightening documents.
Science & Math Study Center
The study center was established to offer support to MCC students taking science and mathematics courses on campus. The facility includes computers, separate study areas, and biology lab models and specimens.