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Computer Minimum Requirements

Bring Your Computer to Campus

If you have a computer, you are encouraged to bring it to campus.  The campus is fully wired and supplemented with wireless access in many places. To connect your computer to the campus network and the Internet, your computer must meet the requirements below.

If you do not have a computer but are planning to purchase a machine to bring, please make sure it meets the following minimum requirements. Minimum Computer Requirements:

Windows Operating Systems - Minimum - Macintosh Operating Systems - Minimum-
Windows 7, 8, 10     Processor: Pentium 1 GHz or higher  RAM: 4 GB or higher             8 GB recommended  Hard Disk: at least 5 GB of free space  Ethernet 10/100  Optional: Wireless 802.11 b/g/n  Monitor: 1024 x 768 Resolution  Internet Speed: DSL - 12 MBPS                               Cable - 20 MBPS  Internet Browser: Internet Explorer 9,10,11                                   Chrome                                   Firefox Camera/Microphone: Class Dependent if not built in you will need to purchase – we recommend 1st tier vendors like Dell, Lenovo, or Apple   Mac OSX 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, or 10.9       Processor: G3 or higher  RAM:  4 GB or higher              8 GB recommended  Hard Disk: at least 5 GB of free space  Ethernet 10/100  Optional: Wireless 802.11 b/g/n  Monitor: 1024 x 768 Resolution  Internet Speed: DSL - 12 MBPS                               Cable - 20 MBPS  Internet Browser: Safari 5+                                    Chrome                                   Firefox Camera/Microphone: Class Dependent if not built in you will need to purchase – we recommend 1st tier vendors like Dell, Lenovo, or Apple  
   
   Note: Due to the wide variety of hardware and software configurations possible, we do not guarantee that every computer will work on our campus network.  We will attempt to connect student computers to our network, but realize we may not be able to make some work.