The new $8 million Technical Education Center is one of the largest and most comprehensive facilities of its kind in the business equipment industry. The campus-style "service university," as can be seen from the illustration above at right, consists of six main buildings plus "motel" units for resident students. It is capable of serving more than 1,200 students through highly advanced educational techniques. Typical of the advanced teaching techniques being employed is a central complex housing all types of NCR computers and ringed by a perimeter of classrooms. Training equipment includes 35 computer systems plus 1,000 other machines to provide "hands-on" training for students.
The International Center is located on the third floor of building "C" and consists of personnel offices, a conference room,
ten classrooms and three systems rooms: one with five NCR Century 100 systems, another with a 100 system and various free-standing peripherals, and the last, with a 200 online system. The gross asset value of the equipment in the International Center is in the region of 3/4 million dollars. The food service facilities, including cafeteria and dining room, are located in building 'T," and are shared by Domestic and International. Sixty of the "motel" units are reserved for use by the International Division students.
This section has reading and recreation rooms, including billiards, ping-pong and card playing facilities.