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Technical Support


Computer Lab Access

During the semester, MCC has several academic labs on our campuses with computer access open for student and public use. Additionally, areas such as the library and tutoring centers offer student work areas. Please select a campus link below for a list of all available lab, tutoring, and library locations and hours. Students may use facilities at any campus location.

Campus Lab Hours/Contact Information

Computer labs will be open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

  • MCC-Blue River - PSI 103
  • MCC-Business Technology - CC 176D
  • MCC-Longview - BU 214
  • MCC-Maple Woods - CB 104
  • MCC-Penn Valley – Health Sciences Institute Room 204

Using Campus Computers

What is my MCC computer lab UserID and password?

The Computer Lab user name and password are the same as your myMCCKC UserID and password.

What if I forget my UserID and password?

To find your login credentials, go to the myMCCKC login screen, and use the "Need UserID" and "Need Password" options.

How do I access the computer labs as a community member?

To request computer lab access, please follow these steps:

    1. Go to the Public Access Request Form.
    2. Select the option to request a new account.
    3. Fill in the required information as directed.
    4. Your UserID and password will be provided.

NOTE: Requested accounts are active within 5 minutes.

How do I recover my community member UserID or password?

To find your community member UserID or password:

    1. Go to the Public Access Request Form.
    2. Select the option to renew an account.
    3. Fill in the required information as directed.
    4. Your UserID and password will be displayed.

NOTE: Requested accounts are active within 5 minutes.

Printing on Campus

Where can I find printers on campus?

MCC students have access to campus printers in any campus library, computer lab or computer classroom.  Students are given an allowance of 200 black and white, single-sided pages at no cost, each semester. Additional pages can be purchased for 10 cents per page using a credit card at your computer, or through the library (cash only) or other authorized "Code Card" sellers

We encourage all students to print only when needed, and be environmentally conscience.

How do I check my printing limit?

To access your printing limit you can use the PaperCut software that appears on all campus computers. The software keeps track of your account balance, printing history, and other information. To open PaperCut, click on the PaperCut icon that is located on the system tray near the time and date.

PaperCut Guide