The Sawyer Business School houses over 400 Windows based computers distributed throughout the Sawyer Building and the Business School offices at the Stahl Building. Each computer features Microsoft Office, and is connected to the network with Microsoft Active Directory.

The Sawyer Business School also maintains 23 multimedia classrooms, with presentation and internet capabilities, and three computer classrooms with student-use computers for teaching applications, database management, networking and web design courses.

Our Blackboard e-learning platform allows online delivery of teaching materials in most courses, including those offered by our fully online MBA program.

A staffed computing center is located on the fifth floor of the Sawyer Building, and provides over 70 networked computer stations, scanning capabilities, and access to discipline specific software assigned by professors.

Computer access is also available in the Sawyer Business School graduate lounge, located on the fourth floor of the Sawyer building.

OTM hosts a Bloomberg terminal and manages a variety of databases for student and faculty use including SAS, Compustat and Global Vantage for research and teaching exercises.

In cooperation with the Sawyer Library, additional online resources are provided via the web.