Program Features

Oklahoma Christian's Mobile Computing Program provides several unique technological options that enhance the university's mobile learning goals and allow us to better meet the educational needs of the students.


Whether you're an Apple fanatic or a die-hard Windows user, OC's Mobile Computing Program caters to your needs. We support both Apple's Mac OS X and Microsoft's Windows operating systems. The flexibility to utilize your preferred operating system enables you to focus upon preparing to enter the business landscape of tomorrow.

Wifi CertifiedConnectivity

Our Wi-Fi Certified™ wireless network has continued to grow with the increased demand of mobile devices and applications, including video streaming technologies like iTunes, YouTube, and Netflix. With more than 275 wireless access points and growing, Oklahoma Christian continues to adapt to the bandwidth needs of a truly wireless campus.


Oklahoma Christian's Mobile Computing Program provides students with access to many software titles including Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office for free. Additional titles are available at a significantly reduced cost. OC manages more than 75 software titles for student access from vendors like Microsoft, Apple, Adobe, Autodesk, IBM, and many more.

OC PrintersPrinting

We have more than 100 laser printers located throughout the campus, including all academic buildings and housing areas. Color laser printing and copy systems are also available in the Beam Library.


The Office of Information Technology's Support Central team provides support services for the Mobile Computing Program. On-site certified hardware repair is available for recommended makes and models. The technology staff are also familiar with the software used on campus, and can assist students with software-installation questions and other common software problems.  Most software-related questions can be addressed quickly, while hardware repairs are usually completed within three business days.

Loaner laptop for students taking exams may be available to use while their machines are in for hardware repair.  The library lab has computers for use as well.