You are in the official 1995-96 General Catalog for California State University, Fresno.
McKee Fisk, Room 137
Director, James Morris
Instructional Computing Resources. CCMS provides and maintains centralized UNIX hosts for campus instructional use. Currently, on-campus, general-use resources consist of several SUN super -minicomputers. Access to off-campus social science and business databases is also available.
Computing Laboratories. For students, CCMS manages several general purpose computing laboratories and provides trained student consultants to staff the most-used laboratories for extended hours each week. Most of the IBM PC compatibles and Macintosh microcomputers are networked to file servers and also provide access to the student UNIX host.
The primary microcomputer laboratory available for general student use is housed in McKee Fisk 110. This lab contains both IBM PC-compatible computers and Apple Macintosh computers.
In addition, several academic departments support their own computing laboratories which house both general purpose and specialty computing resources. Contact the schools and departments for more information about these facilities.
In all, more than 600 workstations are available in student labs throughout the campus.
Administrative Computing. The campus administrative systems such as student records, scheduling, business, and accounting run on an IBM 3090 mainframe located in the McKee Fisk computer room. CCMS provides programming and operating support for all administrative computing at California State University, Fresno.
Networking. California State University, Fresno utilizes a data communications network which supports high-speed access to the major university computing resources, as well as a wide variety of off-campus resources available through the Internet, from every office and laboratory on campus.
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