Beautiful and "smart." New windows, fresh paint and exquisite landscaping make the Marymount California University campus beautiful on the outside. The extraordinary technology inside many of our buildings makes this a smart destination for students who appreciate the cutting-edge. Fifteen classrooms are now officially "smart," with electronic whiteboards, document cameras, DVD/VCR players, ceiling mounted projectors and more. Wireless capability also is available throughout the campus.
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Marymount is connected to the Internet via a fiber optic wired network. This industry-standard data line provides fast Web access for research, recreation and constant connection to the world. Marymount provides computers for access to the internet in our walk-in computer lab in the Oceanside building and in our campus library.
Marymount is a wireless campus. You can connect wirelessly from anywhere on campus by simply using the login information provided to you during orientation. more info.
Once you've registered at Marymount, you will be given an email address to use during your time of study at the University. Your email account will follow the format of email@example.com, and it will be accessible from Microsoft Outlook Web Access through Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Safari.
After receiving your user account, you will be granted access to Personal Drive Space. Also known as "H-Drive," it is a designated area on a network file server for you to store your personal computer files. This means that students need not carry portable media from location to location or risk theft or loss of information. Simply save your documents to your "H-Drive," and they will be accessible from any Windows computer on campus. Also, as it is a network file server, your "H-Drive" is backed nightly, providing maximum data protection. To access your "H-Drive," log onto any system on campus, double click the "My Computer" icon and select your user name.
All classrooms are equipped with state-of-the-art technology to view and present material. Our larger classrooms contain projection systems that are connected to a podium at the front of the room. The podium houses a computer, laptop connections, DVD/VCR and a document camera for displaying hard copies. Smaller classrooms have large LCD televisions with laptop connectability and a DVD/VCR unit.
Institutional Technology operates a number of computer labs for students. All students enrolled at Marymount California University may use the computers in the computer labs (Oceanside building). Other labs are available only to students enrolled in specific Marymount classes. During variable, non-reserved hours, however, some of these labs are open to the general student population. Labs that follow this practice include the Video Lab (AD-111 in the Administration building) and the Graphics Design Lab (AD-110 in the Administration building). There are also 22 Citrix thin clients in our campus library.
Oceanside Computer Classroom
Hardware: 21 Citrix thin clients; Operating System: Windows 7; Professional Software: Microsoft Office 2010 Professional and Acrobat Reader.
(AD-111) Hardware: 20 Apple Mac Pro w/Quad Core Intel Processors running OSX 10.6. High definition projection system with 7.1 surround sound. Professional Software: Apple Final Cut X, Adobe Creative Suite 5.5, Autodesk Maya, MS Office 2011 and Pro Tools 9.0.
Graphic Design Lab
(AD-110) Hardware: 17 20” iMac Core 2 Duo; Epson v500 Photo Scanner; Professional Software: Apple Final Cut X, Adobe Creative Suite 5.5, Autodesk Maya, MS Office 2011 and Pro Tools 9.0.
Our programs are designed for students who truly want to make a difference. Courses emphasize problem solving, communication strategies and a sense of entrepreneurship. With a focus on the future, Marymount California continues to
grow. We're expanding our campus, our faculty and our programs all to help our students realize their full academic and
professional potential. Grow with us. See your future through our eyes. It looks amazing.