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The Academic Computing Center’s (ACC) primary mission is to provide academic technology support for students and first level support to faculty teaching in classrooms. Professional staff are available to assist students and faculty with the college technology. The ACCs provide access to computers, printers, and scanners for all students with a valid ID card. The PCs and Mac Computers in the centers provide Internet access, necessary curriculum software, and the technological means to accommodate and complete all class-related assignments. Detailed information on the hardware and software available at each campus' ACC can be found on the left menu of the ACC site.

For easy access to this site, and to the online TechChat, use the following short URL from any browser:

Users of the College’s computer resources should refer to the College's IT Policies and Guidelines for rules and regulations regarding the use of these resources at the College.

Locations and Hours of Operation

The Academic Computing Centers (ACC) are located in the Huntington Building at the Ammerman Campus, and the Learning Resource Centers at the Grant and Eastern campuses.

The ACC Labs are open when the libraries are open. Professional assistance is available at the Tech Help Desk during the hours posted for each Open Lab on the left menu of the ACC site:

Ammerman ACC                 Grant ACC                  Eastern ACC

Help is also available through a live TechChat by going to the “Live Chat” icon at the lower right of the ACC site. 

Online Tech Chat

The ACC TechChat is an online service for academic technology assistance. You may use the Tech-Chat for guidance and/or information on downloading the FREE version of Office 365, setting the school email to mobile devices, accessing the SUNY Suffolk Login Portal, navigating the College's website or any other academic technology question. 

Please note that the ACC staff will provide academic technical support to the college community and assist with college devices but will not troubleshoot personal devices.

Contact Suffolk Help

Academic Computing Center (ACC) and Help Desks

(631) 451-4357 (HELP)

Ammerman Campus

Huntington Library, 1st Floor

Eastern Campus

Montaukett Learning Resource Center (MLRC), 1st Floor

Michael J. Grant Campus

LRCG Building – Information Commons

Brightspace Support

Contact the SUNY Online Help Desk.

Employee IT-Help contact

(631) 451-4357 Option 3