The Computer Commons in High Tech 1 include Mac and PC computers for students to use.

Computer Labs

HT1 Hours for Jan. 4-15: Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; Library CLOSED January 4-15.

GCC computer labs, also known as Computer Commons and specialized computer labs, are located on both campuses. Use your MEID and password to log in to these computers. All computer users must follow the Usage Guidelines and the Maricopa Technology Resource Standards.

Assistive technology is available in many of our computer labs. Students can find additional accommodations at the Disability Services & Resources office. For computer technology training contact the Center for Learning.

Computer Commons

The Computer Commons, open to all GCC students enrolled in credit classes, are located in:

Specialized Labs

The Academic Solutions Center located in High Tech 2 offers three specialized labs:

The Math Solution, the Mathematics department's computer lab, is located in the north side of the Math building.

Public Computers

Most computers on campus are reserved for GCC students. However, some computers are available for campus visitors to use. Public computers are available in the Chinle building on the North Campus.

Open access to GCC technology resources is available to non-students for a $24 non-credit enrollment fee per semester. Contact the Help Desk for more information.


Computer Lab Usage Guidelines

  • The Computer Labs are available for GCC students to complete GCC coursework. You must be an active, registered student at GCC to use the Computer Labs. Computers may not be used for commercial or personal profit or gain.
  • Do not share your username or password with anyone. 
  • To avoid liability issues and distractions to others, guests/visitors (including spouses and children) are not permitted in the HT Computer Labs. Children are permitted in the LMC Computer Lab, but must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
  • Please set cell phones to vibrate and conduct calls outside the Computer Labs.
  • Quiet please! Be considerate of other people.
  • Beverages must be in spill-proof containers or bottles with lids. No food is permitted in the Computer Labs.
  • Tobacco products of any kind are not permitted anywhere on campus.
  • The Computer Labs operate under the MCCCD Technology Resources Standards.
  • Students using the Computer Labs are subject to the United States Copyright Law of 1976 as amended (Title 17, U. S. Code, the "Copyright Act"), including compliance with software replication copyright restrictions.