The Student Microcomputer Facility.

The Student Microcomputer Facility.

Jackson School students find many of their study materials in the Walter Geology Library that presently includes more than 120,000 book and journal volumes and 47,000 geologic maps, among them the publications of the U.S. Geological Survey, most state geological surveys, and many foreign surveys.

The Student Microcomputer Facility is the largest microcomputer facility on the campus, with more than 200 workstations, located in the Flawn Academic Center (second floor). All computers are equipped with an extensive selection of word processing spreadsheet, layout, graphics, mathematical and statistical software, and Internet access. The SMF also has laser and color printers, and scanners.

UTNet Wireless Access is available to students, faculty and staff throughout the Chemistry Library, Classics Library, Engineering Library, Fine Arts Library, Flawn Academic Center, Physics Mathematics Astronomy Library, Public Affairs Library and the Tarlton Law Library, and in selected areas of the Architecture and Planning Library, Fine Arts Library, Geology Library, Life Science Library, Perry-Castañeda Library, and the Ransom Center. Other Wireless Access Points near campus are also available.