Desktop Computers for New Visiting, Part-time, and Adjunct Faculty
Typical computer configuration
- Dell Windows-based Desktop (Windows 7 64-bit):
2.6-Ghz Intel PC Core 2 Quad processor (typical, specifics may vary), Windows 7 64-bit
- approximate 4 GB RAM
approximate 250GB or larger hard drive
Internal DVD/RW (plays or writes CDs and DVDs)
19" flat panel monitor
- Apple Macintosh Desktop:
Macintosh 21.5" Intel Core Duo iMac, with Mountain Lion
- approximate 4 GB RAM, 320GB or larger hard drive
internal DVD/RW drive (plays or writes CDs and DVDs).
- Laptops are sometimes available, though typically not as fast or fully-featured as desktop computers. Let us know if you are interested in a laptop, and we'll see what we can do.
Networked laser printers are located in convenient shared locations throughout academic buildings and in all Division offices. Networked color inkjet printing is available in Division Offices and main computer labs. You can print to all these locations from your office computer. Color laser printing is available (for nominal charge) in the Multimedia Development Lab. High-resolution/large-format (up to 42"wide) printing is available for a fee in the Multimedia Development Lab (Hunter 108).
All hardware is sufficient for general use, which would include email, web browsing, word processing, spreadsheets, powerpoint, basic image editing, etc. If your needs are more advanced or unusual, please let us know. We will work with you to meet your needs as much as possible.
In order to prepare for your arrival, please fill out our Visiting Faculty Technology Request Form.
If you have any questions, or would like additiona information, please contact the appropriate WCTS Instructional & Learning Technologist for your Division.