IT survey seeks student feedback on computer lab experiences

September 27, 2018

In the coming days, randomly selected University Park students will be emailed a survey about computer labs designed to help Penn State IT evaluate ways to improve the on-campus computing experience. The survey takes less than five minutes to complete.

This initiative falls within one of the primary roles of Penn State IT – to better serve students with efficient and effective technology solutions.

“We want to provide students with the tools they can use to differentiate themselves in the classroom and in the workplace,” said Michael Kubit, vice president for Information Technology and chief information officer. “Engaging students to get their thoughts and opinions about the current state of our computer labs is an important step in being able to deliver the services and tools they need.”

Currently, Penn State IT equips 18 computer labs and 21 hallway locations with 933 computers at University Park. The computers provide students with more than 200 software titles, one GB of storage space on a Windows file share, and access to Penn State printing services.

Last Updated September 28, 2018