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The Community Computing and Learning Center

Community Computing CenterThe Fayetteville State University’s Community Computing & Learning Center is a facility committed to providing computer and high speed Internet training and access to the community. The center has 10 open use computers and a classroom that holds 20 students and 2 instructors with both a projector and flat screen monitor that has webcam accessibility/video conferencing to conduct classes with virtual students. Our computers are state of art technology with Windows 7 capability and Microsoft Office usage with free printing abilities. The center also provides an area for those who have their own laptop and require Wi-Fi amenities. The CCLC is open Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 9 PM, Saturday from 9 AM until 6 PM, and Sunday from 2 PM and closes at 7 PM. We have technical experts staffed who are available to assist and answer any computer-based questions.




Community Computing Center

The Community Computing & Learning Center offers a variety of computer training classes throughout the week, that are one hour long hosted at 11 AM and 6:30 PM, every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. The classes offered are Typing & Resume Writing, Basic Computer Skills, and Microsoft Office 2010. The center also works with the Fayetteville Metropolitan Housing Authority and neighboring public housing to provide computer-based classes for individuals living in public housing called Train for Success. Train for Success is a program where individuals who live in public housing can sign up for a session of classes provided by CCLC and once the participants complete the session of classes, CCLC provide the individuals with a brand new netbook. The Community Computing & Learning Center also provides social networking workshops throughout the year for anyone interested in learning Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking sites.



The Community Computing & Learning Center averages 40 individuals daily that utilize our services. The center has successfully graduated 25 students within our Typing, Microsoft Office 2010, and Basic Computer Skills classes. Our Train for Success, partnered with Fayetteville Metropolitan Housing Authority, has awarded 20 individuals living in public housing with Dell netbooks.

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