So that we can ensure that all Members of the Churchill College community stay healthy and safe, things will look a little different when you next come to College. But you can find everything you need to know on our new Coronavirus Guidance page From the latest research from the University to what you should do if you have symptoms, and from the provision of College services to minimising the risk of transmission, you'll find all the answers to your questions here.
We aim to involve all members of the College in works that are going on, in order to minimise disruption when essential works have to take place.
A wireless network operates throughout the main buildings including the bar, the libraries and the theatre, and throughout all of the staircases, the Sheppard Flats, the Wolfson Flats and the College hostels on Storey's Way. This facility is provided by the University Wireless system, which gives access to the eduroam, UniOfCam and UniOfCam-IoT networks.
Every student room on-site has a wired connection to the College network, including all of the hostels on the main College site. These connections give access to Churchill's computing facilities, and also to the University and to the Internet.
Those hostels not on the main College site are provided with wireless broadband connections.
There are several computer areas available for students and Fellows, which run the University's Managed Cluster Service. The Lloyd's Room provides 10 PCs. In addition, there is a computer area for Fellows near the Senior Combination Room which provides an additional 2 PCs.
The College also offers colour as well as black and white laser printing facilities.
These are some of the questions most frequently asked about the computing facilities at Churchill. Many of the answers may seem obvious, but they are the most common causes of the problems listed and are always worth checking first.
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Support and advice is available from the College Computing Support Office. You may be able to borrow computer equipment from the College; please ask at the Computing Support Office for details.
University Information Services (formerly known as the University Computing Service) runs a number of University-wide facilities, including the central University e-mail system (Hermes) and authentication services (Raven).
In addition, many departments offer a range of computing facilities to suit the courses that they provide. Information about such facilities can be obtained from the appropriate department.