Computing Sites FAQ

Acceptable Use

Usage of computing site resources must be in accordance with established ASU Computer, Internet, and Electronic Communications Policy.


Food, Drink, and Chewing Tobacco are Not Permitted

Please help maintain our facilities by not bringing these items into the computing sites. Sealed water bottles are the only beverage containers allowed. Any other food or beverage must be kept inside another container such as a book bag or backpack.



Canon offers print quality free of streaks, wrinkles, and other blemishes.  If the print quality is below this standard, please visit the nearest computing site help desk to complete a Canon refund form. For detailed printing instructions visit,

Common Computing can no longer reprint files, please contact Canon and the Digital PrintU at for refunds for reprinting.

Canon provides 20 lb. stock 8.5″ x 11″ and 11″ x 17″ white paper.  If you would like to print to a different size paper, transparency film or other media, please ask for assistance from a computing site attendant.  User supplied media must be verified against the specifications of the printers to avoid damage. You will be charged the same per sheet fee as if you were using the Canon supplied paper.


Game Playing Prohibited

Computing site workstations are for academic use. Game playing is prohibited.


Maintain a Library Atmosphere

If you are working with a group of people, team work areas are available by reservation.  If you need to use a cellular phone, please leave the computing site area.


Unattended Equipment

Computers left unattended for more than 15 minutes will be made available to waiting customers.


Computing Site Team Rooms (Tempe)

Each Computing Site has designated facilities for teamwork which are available on a reservation basis during regular computing site hours as indicated on the current schedule. Computing Commons Atrium (CPCOM 102) hosts four team rooms. All four are equipped with a Flat Screen TV with VGA and HDMI cable for laptop connection, and Dry Erase boards. These separate rooms can accommodate groups of two up to four.  COOR Computing Commons (COOR 150) hosts four team rooms. All four are equipped with PCs, a Walltalker Dry Erase wall, and a video projector. These separate rooms can accommodate groups of two up to six.  Walk-up reservations may be made 24 hours in advance, reservations can not be made over the phone.  You will be asked for your name, ASU Identification Number, a return telephone number, or Email address and the number of persons you expect will attend your teamwork session.  To obtain keys for team rooms in the Computing Commons Atrium or COOR Computing Commons computing sites, one member of your team will be required to present an ASU Sun Card.

The usage guidelines for our teamwork facilities are as follows:

  • Team rooms may be reserved and/or occupied by the same team for a maximum of four hours per day.
  • If your team (at least two members) arrives late for reserved team room by fifteen minutes or more, your reservation will be forfeited to the next team of two or more persons in need of team room.
  • Failure to return team room keys will result in a $30 charge.
  • Food, beverages, smoking, vandalism, and disruptive behavior are not permitted and will result in the forfeiture of the remainder of the reservation period by the entire group.
  • The University Technology Office – UCC is not responsible for any personal items left unattended in our teamwork facilities.
  • Users will be held responsible for the condition of the room and equipment. If you notice any damage please report it at the computing site service counter.
  • In the event of equipment malfunction, reservations may be cancelled.