Explore the links below to learn more about the Technology and Computer Services at Cabarrus College.

Computer Labs and Copiers
Computer Access
Students have access to computers located in the student computer lab, the Hayes Pavilion, the Information Resource Center (IRC), and two computer teaching labs. These computers provide access to the internet and general PC applications such as Microsoft Word and PowerPoint as well as electronic databases and research tools such as AHEC Digital. Additionally, WiFi access is available in the Hayes Pavilion and classrooms.

The student computer lab is accessible via badge card access any time the building is open.

Copier Access
Students can make copies in the student computer lab located on the first floor in the Hayes Pavilion and in the College Information Resource Center (IRC) located south of campus in the lower level of the Mariam Cannon Hayes Family Center.

Cabarrus College has partnered with ScholarBuys to provide students, faculty and staff with academic software at discounted prices.

Visit your personalized V-store at VarsityBuys.com to get the software you need today.

During your time as a Cabarrus College student, you will be given an email account for you to use. Your user name and password will be given to you either before orientation or at orientation. Our Media Support Specialist will provide you with an overview of email at orientation.  If you forget, lose or misplace your login information you may contact the Media Support Specialist at 704-403-3202.

Media and Technology Support Services
Cabarrus College employs a full-time Media Support Specialist to promote learning and provide technology support services to students. Services include teaching about the College's technology, managing the computer labs, maintaining instructional technology, managing the college's email system and the Virtual Campus, and providing troubleshooting services.

Students may call 704-403-3202, email, or drop by room 231 for media support services.

Peer-to-Peer File Sharing and Copyrighted Materials

Social Media Guidelines
Remember that you are a representative of the College, whether you are a student, faculty, or staff member. Before you post, consider if what you say conveys pride in being a member of Cabarrus College and keep the following guidelines in mind.

  • Think before you post. 
  • Realize your posts are public. Even with privacy settings, your photographs and information may be accessible by others for years to come. 
  • Respect the rights of others. Use the same discretion as in face-to-face interactions, phone, or email communications - avoid hiding behind anonymity, be polite, and keep comments appropriate. Refrain from posting anything profane, libelous, hateful, harassing, slanderous, or obscene. 
  • Protect confidential information, including information about patients, students, employees, and friends. 
  • Posting during class, clinicals, or work hours should occur only if part of the course assignment or work duties.