There is a general computer lab, with both Macs and PCs, in the library, where various software is loaded. There are also dedicated labs for multimedia/video production (in the Rice Library), electronic music (in Serkin), and physics (in Brown Science).
If you are a member of the Marlboro Community and do not have a Marlboro account please request one. For account support, reference the Account Support documentation. Student, faculty, and staff Marlboro Accounts come with a associated email. For email support, reference the E-mail Support documentation.
The IT department provides email mailing lists. If you are interested in a emailing a group to keep in contact we can set up a mailing list. Mailing lists has several several features, including automatic archiving through Google Groups.
Any community member can host sites with Google Sites within our Google Apps account.
We have a high-capacity networked printer available for student use in the library. For printing support, reference our Printing Support documentation.
The Marlboro College Wi-Fi Network is available to everyone visiting the campus. Academic buildings, common spaces, and most dorm rooms have 802.11g/n wireless coverage. This network hasno individual bandwidth limits and nothing is blocked.
There is a cell phone tower on top of our Library. You can get great cell phone reception on campus with Verizon.
Marlboro provides a local Ethernet network with a 500Mb connection in places like dorms. If you are trying to connect an older gaming system or other device without a web browser, contact the IT Department to arrange access. Access to this network expires when the account registered with it is revoked. These procedures also apply for connecting to a public Ethernet port.