Learning Commons Procedures
Learning Commons and the AC 210 Lab Guidelines
General Procedures and Guidelines
Tallahassee Community College's Learning Commons' staff strives to make the time spent productive for all. Following these guidelines will help ensure that this is achieved.
To use the Learning Commons or the AC 210 facility, all students are required to log in. This can be accomplished by logging in to a computer or at the main reception desk on the first floor of the Learning Commons.
The Learning Commons is for use by students currently enrolled at TCC or one of the College's University Partners (Barry University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Flagler College, Saint Leo University and Thomas University).
Students using the computers for academic purposes will be given first priority. Students using the computers for non-academic purposes may be asked to relinquish computer access during peak times. Students should be prepared to show evidence of assignments from instructors. The computer area assistant will assist you with the operation of the equipment.
Learning Commons staff are available to answer questions and assist you with the equipment and software. Content assistance is available for many classes
Remember, as a TCC student you are responsible for following the TCC Student Conduct Code at all times. (Please refer to the TCC Student Handbook.)
Please finish all tobacco products before entering the building. Beverages with tight-fitting lids are permitted. Be careful when consuming beverages in the Learning Commons. For your convenience, food is permitted in the 1st floor Learning Commons Lobby.
Please place all communication devices (cell phones, etc.) on vibrate before entering the building. In order to minimize disruptions, phone calls can be made in the Learning Commons lobby and outside area.
Free printing is provided for academic purposes, though you may be asked to limit additional copies if excessive printing is done. All printers are automatically set to print double-sided.
When you leave the computers, remember to log-off, and take your flash drive, books, and other personal items. Computers left unattended for more than fifteen minutes may be logged out and offered to another student for use.
If you are a registered student, need to use a computer, and have a child with you, children supervised by a parent or adult caregiver are welcome on the 2nd floor of the Library in the Research Area on the north side of the building. No child under the age of 18, except registered TCC students, may use the computers.
The library does have a small group of computers on the first floor that are available to the public and have printing access.