Humanities Resource Center (HRC)

HRC Location and Hours

651-696-6336
Neill Hall 115

Fall and spring semester hours:
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Academic break hours: 
Closes at 5:00 PM on the last day of classes and reopens the day before classes resume.

HRC Staff

Alison Sommer
Academic Information Associate - Languages & Fine Arts
Neill Hall 115K
651-696-6084

Allison Tim
Student Manager
Neill Hall 115J

User Guides

GarageBand FAQ
HandBreak
iMovie 11 FAQ
Audacity Install for Mac
Audacity Install for Windows
Audacity User Guide for Mac
Audacity User Guide for Windows 
Non-Standard Software List

Services

STATION/SUITEDESCRIPTION
Computer Lab 20 Dual-Boot iMacs running Mac OS 10.6 and Microsoft Windows 7
Digital Audio/Video Editing Suites
Gluttony 115C
Greed
 115D 
Anger
 115E 
Lust 115F 
Sloth 115G
iMac with iLife 11 and Final Cut Express
Combination of VCR, DVD player, cassette deck, record player, TV, audio tuner, digital converter, laserdisc player, and microphone
Asian Language Tutor Offices 
Pride and Envy
115A and 115B
Reserved for use by the Chinese and Japanese tutors. For more information on Asian language tutors, please contact the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures.
MIDI Keyboard Composition Suite
115L
Three stations: iMac and MIDI keyboard 
Finale Music Composing & Notation software
Digital Projects Suite
115M
Reserved for faculty to meet, discuss, and work on digital projects and scholarship. Equiped with iMac with editing software, a Nikon slide scanner
Printing Color Printer
2 Black and white HP Laserjet printers
Poster Printer reserved for academic use by faculty and students in the humanities, social sciences, and arts. 
Poster Printer PowerPoint templates:
42 by 36 inches
42 by 42 inches
42 by 56 inches
Scanning 8.5" x 11" flatbed scanner
11.5" by 17" large-format flatbed scanner 
Nikon Coolscan slide scanners
Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Adobe Flash, Acrobat Pro
Lounge The HRC lounge is a comfortable area to read, study, or converse quietly. Magazines from several countries, dictionaries, and other reference books are available, as well as wireless and wired network connections.
Technical Assistance and Consulting Services HRC Assistants are student employees trained to provide assistance to users. Consult the HRC Assistants to learn how to use the editing suite equipment and software applications installed on the computers. HRC Assistants also trouble-shoot Humanities building classroom media issues.