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Find out what hardware and software are available, lab hours, get help with computer and tech issues and ask us a tech question!
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COM Library Lab

Find out what hardware and software are available, lab hours, get help with computer and tech issues and ask us a tech question!

The Library Lab is located on the main floor of the Library. The main purpose of the Library Lab is to provide access to college level research for COM students. Computers in the lab and classroom provide access to the Internet, Library catalog and databases with hundreds of thousands of articles, thousands of eBooks and the extensive COM Library web site, designed to help users find the information they need. The COM Library Lab is open to COM students, faculty staff and community. 409-933-8441 (8-5); 409-933-8204 (after 5:00).

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Library Lab Guidelines

Good to KnowIt's true: an academic library is different than your school or public library, with different kinds of collections, resources, and rules. Our students work hard so we ask that everyone -- even fellow students -- to please respect our students. Help them out by following these guidelines:

  • Cell Phones
    Allowed for texting.
  • Music
    Allowed if inaudible to others.
  • Conversation
    Allowed if you keep it down and don’t disturb others.*
  • Children
    Allowed in the Library when accompanied by parent or guardian at all times, but children under 16 should not be in the Library Lab.

Good News for Parents
The good news is that COM now has a kid friendly place on campus in the administrative building with multiple computers where you can do what you need to do with a great area set up for kids!

Administration Hours
Monday & Tuesday 8:00am – 7:00pm
Wednesday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm

*At times there may be events and library classes; Library & Lab staff may need to converse with students to help them.

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