Tri-Towers Rotunda, Kent Campus
Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
College of Business Administration, Kent Campus
Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
*Tri Towers only
News and Promotions
Back It Up: Free 1-1 Consultation with Prizes
Curious about why computer hard drives fail? Stop in before 2/13/2013 and we will show you how to automatically backup your data with your Kent State Google account to prevent data loss. Participants will have two chances to win.
Revive, Reboot, Reuse. The Tech Spot Recycles Personal Laptops.
The Tech Spot, Kent State University’s technology repair center for all students, faculty and staff allows customers to bring their personally owned used or no-longer-working laptops to their office on campus. Technicians at The Tech Spot will transform the donated computers into useful, working machines for individuals and charitable organizations in need.
The Tech Spot a National Leader in Apple Computer Repair Service
Customer satisfaction, measured by surveys and benchmarks from Apple Inc., shows The Tech Spot @ ResNet significantly outperforming other repair centers throughout the country. The Tech Spot’s excellent customer service rating is a measure of its Apple Macintosh repair work, factoring in turnaround time, repair quality and professionalism.
Help The Tech Spot Celebrate its One Year Anniversary
Help The Tech Spot celebrate its one year anniversary. Like us on Facebook at facebook.com/ksutechspot before October 1, 2010. You’ll get the chance to enter into our drawing for over 50 prizes, including a Dell netbook, Dell laser printer, iTunes gift cards, t-shirts and more. Check our Facebook page on September 15, 2010 for more details on how to win. Winners will be selected in October.
The Tech Spot, Now an Apple Authorized Service Provider
Kent State University's complete computer care center, The Tech Spot @ ResNet, is now certified to perform Apple computer warranty support for all students, faculty and staff. Members of the Kent State University community can begin bringing their personally-owned computers in for service starting in April. Warranty service is available through the AppleCare Protection Plan, available for all Macintosh hardware.
Hasta la Vista! Windows 7 is here.
The Tech Spot makes the transition to Windows 7 simple. Just bring your computer, power adapter and a credit card to The Tech Spot office. We’ll help you purchase a discounted Windows 7 Professional license at www.win741.com. After that, we’ll check in your computer and take care of the rest. Let our staff know if you’d like an upgrade or a clean install of Windows 7. We’ll even back up your documents, movies, photos and music at no additional cost.