The Multimedia Access Center is an open lab where you can exercise your creativity, work on an assignment, attend a workshop, record a short video or simply check your email.
Located on the first floor of the Natali Student Center across from the Student Bookstore, the lab has 8 Apple iMacs and 2 PCs, loaded with Adobe CS/CC, and Microsoft Office. Specialty machines also have the iPhone and Android SDK.
Our knowledgeable student staff is always available to help. They won’t do your homework, but they can give you tips on how to use the software.
The lab has a Sharp color printer/copier/scanner free for student use. We ask that you keep copies to a MAXIMUM of 10 copies per project, please. If you need a larger quantity, we suggest the university Copy Center (x4440). There is also a large format printer that can print up to 36″ high/wide. Printing on the large format printer requires advance notice of at least 5 business days. There is a nominal cost associated with large format printing. You may submit your job request via on of our project request forms below:
16″ x 20″ = $4.00 plain/$8.00 photo
Rush Fee (less than 5 business days' notice) = $5.00
For custom sizes, please ask one of our graphic designers for a quote.
Our Creatives will work with your group to create event posters, t-shirt designs, logos, and more. Schedule an appointment by completing our CUSTOM DESIGN project request form. Please allow ample time before your event for the creative process!
Need to digitize some video for class? Want to film a short video for YouTube? Thinking about starting a podcast? Stop by and talk with one of our audio/video experts; you can even sign out a video camera or a handheld recorder for your projects. CalCard required for lending.
Want to Work With Us?
The MAC is always looking for qualified individuals to staff the center—sometimes we can even pay you!
We employ students under the Federal and State Workstudy Programs, and occasionally, as part-time Student Association, Inc. (SAI) employees.
Volunteers are accepted at all times, and internships are available. Contact Pam DelVerne at 724.938.5973 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
The Multimedia Access Center is an open lab where you can exercise your creativity, work on an assignment, attend a workshop, record a short video or simply check your email. The lab students and staff also produce a weekly podcast.
The lab is located on the first floor of the Natali Student Center, across from the Student Bookstore.