at the Technology Assistance Center (TAC)
Located in 122 Bryan Hall, our service provides the computer support that Warrington College of Business Administration students need to access class websites, video lectures, and other technology-based resources.
- Corey Gunter
- Andrew Hill
- Antonio Jose
- Oliver Nguyen
- Daniel Rodriguez
- Michael Russo
- Jeremy Smith
- Zachary Stellwag
- Camille York
Help for Graduate Students
Please contact the TAC for assistance with software, hardware configuration, user accounts, Internet and network access.
The College has three designated study/work areas for graduate students: Hough Hall 230 and 330 for MBA students, Bryan 225B for all non-MBA masters students, and Gerson 114 for Accounting students.
Each room has wireless internet access and high-quality laser printers.
Access to all study areas is via your GatorOne card. Students whose GatorOne cards will not open these doors should contact the TAC for assistance.
Student Printing Resources
All Warrington College of Business Administration graduate students are granted access to the study area laser printers (color and black/white). Each graduate student receives a limited quantity of free print credits each term. Please read the Printing Services Process Overview to understand how this works. To track your balance, go to the Check My Printing Balance and Transactions History Link. Students who have difficulty printing to the study area printers should contact the TAC for assistance.
- Printing Services Process Overview
- Check My Print Balance and Transaction History
- Installing College Printers
Help for Undergraduate Students
Online BSBA students may contact the TAC for help with software and/or hardware problems. All other undergraduate students should contact the UF Computing Help Desk. All undergraduate students may get help with video lectures by filling out the online problem report form.
Using the Mediasite platform, the College is able to produce high-quality video and content streams. This unique service allows viewers to see the presenter and his or her computer content simultaneously. It's features make it ideal for online lectures or visual-heavy presentations. Those features include:
- Thumbnail slide indexing
- Multi-speed playback
Warrington College of Business Administration students must own a computer that meets minimum UF computing requirements and additional system requirements established by the Warrington College of Business Administration. For students in the Internet MBA Program, a laptop is provided as part of the program package.
- UF Computing and Software Requirements
- Warrington Laptop Computer Requirements
Warrington Laptop Recommendations
The Technology Assistance Center has negotiated an excellent package on laptops. Dell offers competitive pricing, an on site 3 year - next business day warranty, excellent customer service and dependable, reliable machines.
If you choose to explore other purchasing options, please pay careful attention to the WCBA computer requirements. Look for comparable features that are included in the WCBA laptops, such as the extended warranty, plus all required software and hardware.
The University of Florida maintains educational pricing agreements with Dell, Gateway and Apple. The Warrington College of Business Administration has special pricing arrangements with Dell and IBM for notebook purchases that meet or exceed WCBA standards.
- Microsoft Software (UF Campus Agreement for Students)
New Student Orientation
All students must review and adhere to UF's Acceptable Use Policy and Computing Standards.
E-Learning Quick Tips
If you have problems with the E-Learning System, please refer to the ELS website for the following information.