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Computer Lab Study Spaces

  • Comfortable chairs
  • PC and Mac computers
  • Program-specific software – Apps2u available on all computers
  • Wireless access and wireless printing
  • Bring-your-own-technology areas
  • Individual work stations
  • Multi-use work stations (not permitted due to social distancing)



The Maureen Piercy Student Access Lab (SAL) (Room 2H3)

Our Individual Computer area include several computer stations equipped with all of the necessary applications to assist in program success.  Access a number of computer areas that are open extended hours and available to students from all programs.

Services include:

  • PC and Mac computers
  • Colour printing and scanning (print credits included in tuition)
  • Program-specific software - check out Apps2u available on all computers
  • Wireless access and wireless printing
  • Bring-your-own-technology areas
  • Onsite Staff to help with all of your questions

Located in the Kente building

SAL is a student study space for both individual and group work.

Friendly staff are available to assist you with any questions or concerns.

Each space is monitored by staff on a regular basis for assisting students, and noise regulation. 

  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Scanners
  • Black and White and Colour Printing
  • Wireless Printing


Starting April 23rd. SAL is Open Monday to Friday only 7:30am to 5:00pm

Lab Open Monday - Friday Saturday and Sundays
SAL 7:30 am 10:00 pm  10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Pioneer Access Lab (Room P11) 

Closed April 25-September 2022

Study Space Open Closed Weekends/Holidays
PAL 9:00 am 5:00 pm Closed

General Student Study Space (2L60) 

  • PC computer stations
  • Round tables and comfortable chairs for collaboration
  • Multi-use work stations for multiple users

Open during College Hours of Operation unless an internal event is occuring.

Collaborative and quiet student space (Room 2Q1)


Library Open Monday - Friday Saturday and Sundays
  8:30 am  4:30 pm 

Open Saturday/Closed Sunday

Please see link below


The Parrott Centre Library


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The Emergency Response Plan app describes what to do in the case of an emergency.

The plan provides direction for emergency incidents where there is a potential for risk to life, property or the environment such as fire, explosions, utility failure, hazardous material spill, tornado, bomb threat, terrorist acts, etc.

It describes who is to be contacted, what actions are to be taken and who is responsible, and what information is to be recorded or communicated.

Familiarize yourself with the Emergency Sounds and review the evacuation and lock-down procedures.

Student Access Lab acceptable use policy

Except where noted here, all other Loyalist College Operating Policy elements apply to the use of the Student Access Lab. It is the users’ responsibility to read and clearly understand all elements of this policy. Any breach of this policy will be dealt with under the guidelines set forth in ‘Section C’ of this document.

The Student Access Lab is funded by the technology fee paid by full-time and part-time post-secondary day students at the time of registration. These fees allow privileges within the Student Access Lab beyond what is allowed in other labs around Loyalist College. With these added privileges come responsibilities:

  1. Food and beverages are not allowed in the Student Access Lab.
  2. During times when the Student Access Lab is busy, equipment is to be used for course-related work exclusively. Anyone using equipment for personal or non-course-related work during such times shall, upon request, relinquish their computer to allow others to work on course-related material.
  3. Personal use of equipment, within reason, will be allowed in the Student Access Lab during off-peak hours. This includes personal email and chat.
  4. Games and file sharing (i.e. Kazaa, Napster, BearShare, etc.) will not be allowed at any time.
  5. Adult websites are offensive to others and are not acceptable anywhere in our educational environment. As a result, anyone visiting a website containing “adult” material will be asked to leave the Student Access Lab immediately.
  6. The Student Access Lab is considered a study area and as such, noise must be kept at an acceptable level. Quiet discussions will be tolerated, but anyone making an excessive amount of noise shall, upon request by a lab assistant, leave the lab.
  7. Lab assistants will be available in the Student Access Lab during hours of operation to assist with basic computer problems (i.e. saving files, printing, etc.). Assistants will not assist with course-related material. Course-related questions should be directed to the appropriate instructor. Lab assistants also have a responsibility to enforce computer use policies and may eject from the Student Access Lab anyone who does not respect these policies.