FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Northridge — The Computer Lab of University Student Union (USU) announces its reopening to all Matadors starting Monday, May 10. This reopening of the Computer Lab will allow CSUN students to utilize services including touch-free printing and 2-hour workstations while following updated health guidelines. Get ready for finals or projects with the Computer Lab and take advantage of contactless printing and sanitized workstations.
“The Computer Lab understands how important it is to students as a valuable resource for their schoolwork and projects,” said Nick Echeverri, USU Computer Lab coordinator. “We want to support our Matadors to do the best they can in school while remaining safe and healthy.”
While our virtual services will continue through the Fall 2021 semester, students will soon have access inside our 2-hour workstations, 20-minute print stations and scanners, as well as our ongoing FREE onsite printing up to 20 pages per day. Students must register on the Computer Lab website to access the 2-hour workstations and stand-only printing accompanied by a completed confidential online Health Screening Survey for everyreservation. Students will not need to make a reservation for Touch-Free printing. Upon the reopening, our virtual and physical Computer Lab will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Regarding the newest health guidelines, the Computer Lab will implement enhanced cleaning procedures onsite and all visitors will undergo mandatory health screenings before utilizing any services.
All CSUN students are invited to the Computer Lab’s reopening to take advantage of the USU’s helpful resources while staying COVID safe! For more information, please visit www.csun.edu/usu. For more information on the Computer Lab, please visit www.csun.edu/ usu/computer-lab.