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IT Facilities

The IT facilities and support available at each campus ensure you can make the most of your study time.

Although the Aberdeen City Campus is the only campus to operate a standalone IT Centre, a wide range of high quality IT facilities can be accessed in each of the Library+ sites.

At Fraserburgh there are desktop PCs located throughout the atrium space which learners are free to use at any time. Basic support with IT use can be accessed at these locations too, and each site has a technical self-help pod where IT technical assistance can be accessed.

So whatever campus you choose to study at, you will find excellent IT resources available - as well as the support you might need should you face any technical difficulties. This means you can use your own device, or one of the College's many devices to study, work and research at your leisure.

Aberdeen City Campus

Digital Skills Space

IT centre

The College's new Digital Skills Space at Aberdeen City Campus is a modern and accessible facility where students can study and access key resources/support. 

The space will open at the... Find out more

IT Help Zone

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If you are having technical problems with your personal device then you should contact the IT Help Zone in the Aberdeen City Campus. The Help Zone is manned by helpful and informative students and... Find out more

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Fraserburgh Campus

IT Help Zone

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The new IT Help Zone at our Fraserburgh Campus is operated by students, for students! The helpdesk’s primary aim is to provide you with guidance and support when it comes to a range of technical... Find out more

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