Tuesday, October 09, 2012
The PC repair clinic will serve the first 20 computers that are brought in by clients between 10:00 a.m. and noon.
Spartanburg Community College will host a free computer repair clinic at the SCC Cherokee County Campus on Saturday, October 20, in the L. Hoke Parris Business Training Center, room 209. The PC repair clinic will serve the first 20 computers that are brought in by clients between 10:00 a.m. and noon.
Current SCC students, faculty members and program graduates from SCC’s Computer Technology Department will be on hand to troubleshoot, diagnose and repair operating systems problems and/or hardware component problems, as well as install new software purchased by owners, ensure computers are virus free, and improve the speed of operations.
Sponsored by the SCC Technology Club, the PC clinic provides SCC students with the opportunity to gain practical experience in dealing with the public and in diagnosing and performing repairs. “We’ll fix your computer for free while we work on our degree” is the clinic’s slogan coined by computer technology students.
SCC faculty members and program graduates who are lead technicians with A+ certification specific to the computer industry will give final approval for all work completed by students. No work will be performed without the client’s prior approval. Also, the clinic does not repair Macs or Apple products.
For additional information about SCC’s Computer Technology Program contact June West, SCC computer technology instructor, at (864) 592-4864, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.