David Bohnett CyberCenter
PLUG INTO OUR CYBERCENTER
Use our David Bohnett CyberCenter for all of your technological needs. Our computer lab is not only a great academic resource for UCR students; it’s also a safe, social space for LGBT students and allies to gather together and connect.
The CyberCenter Features:
- Six iMac desktop computers
- Useful applications such as Microsoft Office, Adobe Design (Photoshop, Illlustrator, InDesign, and Acrobat Professional), and Apple creative software such as iMovie and Garageband
- A printer/scanner
- An Ethernet connection for fast streaming
Location and Hours
The David Bohnett CyberCenter is located inside our center and is open during regular center hours.
Computer Use Priorities
- Academic work
- Student organization work
- Social networking (YouTube, Facebook)
Please be courteous. If someone needs to quickly edit an essay, please let them use your computer.Thanks!
Our Computers are Named After:
- Audre Lorde *pdf
- Bayard Rustin *pdf
- Frida Kahlo *pdf
- Harvey Milk *pdf
- Langston Hughes *pdf
- Sylvia Rivera *pdf
History of the David Bohnett CyberCenter Program
Technology entrepreneur and philanthropist David Bohnett started his CyberCenters in 2004 to provide LGBT communities with a free place to network and explore educational, professional and recreational opportunities. He also envisioned these wired hubs offering a full range of software and community education classes focused on technology. There are now nearly 60 CyberCenters throughout the United States.
Our David Bohnett CyberCenter opened in 2006 and has continually improved thanks to the generous support of the David Bohnett Foundation.