Provides the latest in computing and technology resources. Students on the USC Lancaster
campus have access to computing resources necessary to support academic excellence!
The Office of Computer Services and Information Technology, Hubbard Hall 224, provides
technical support for all student, faculty and staff computing resources. In addition,
it coordinates and supports use of multimedia instructional technology, video teleconferencing
and manages the campus network.
USC Lancaster provides wireless network access for students, faculty and staff with
laptop computers and PDAs. It provides for mobility and convenience while accessing
the Internet on the Lancaster campus. All academic buildings and the Crawford Rose
Garden have wireless coverage. Students, faculty, staff and guests of the University
are allowed to access the wireless network.
All laptop computers must be installed with up-to-date virus protection software.
If your computer does not have antivirus software, you can download Microsoft Security
Essentials for Windows or Sophos for the Mac free of charge by going to my.sc.edu and clicking on “Purchase computer software.
Connecting to the Campus-Wifi
The wireless network will be available and users will be required to sign in with
their network username and password to authenticate. Make sure you have claim your account, set or update password if
it has expired (every 6 months). If you are having any of these problems please visit
Phase 2 Authentication
Do Not Validate
Network Username used for login to campus lab computers (DS\username)
Password used for login to campus lab computers
For more information call USC Lancaster Computer Services at 803-313-7122.
Medford Library Room 209
Serves as the main computer lab on the USC Lancaster campus and provides access to
many of the software packages useful for academic excellence. This lab is open to
USC Lancaster students and functions as an integral part of the Medford Library.
Bradley Building 112
Bradley Building 113
Hubbard Hall 204
Hubbard Hall 206
Hubbard Hall 222
Any files saved on any computer will be deleted. Therefore, students must save their
work on personal storage media or cloud (flash drive or portable diskette) when they
use these computers. These instructional computer labs are available for general use
by USC students when classes are not scheduled in these rooms. Class schedules are
posted outside each lab.