Computer Facilities

Bergen Community College is committed to providing all students with appropriate access to modern technology. All labs are equipped with state-of-the-art computers loaded with the Microsoft Office Suite and curriculum specific software, as appropriate. Many students choose majors or courses where computer hardware or software is the topic being studied. Many more students make use of computers in learning topics like Math, English, World Languages, Visual Arts, Engineering, Drafting, Culinary Arts, Communication, Nursing, and Sociology. Multimedia software and the Internet provide faculty and students with new ways to interact and to better understand many concepts and real world experiences, complementing traditional teaching methods.

Bergen has over 50 networked computer labs and classrooms designed with a computer workstation for each student. There are additional specialized and smaller facilities for specific disciplines. Also, over 110 classrooms are equipped with projection systems and computer workstations at the faculty work station. All classrooms are Internet accessible. The Library has an extensive network of computers to support student learning and research. Many classes meet regularly in computer-equipped facilities. There are also free-time computing labs open up to 14 hours a day, available to all currently enrolled Bergen students. In addition, the College hosts course-related Web pages for students enrolled in certain Web development courses.