Facilities and Equipment


Each classroom is equipped with desks, chairs, whiteboards, computer projectors, screens for the projectors, and laptops with Internet access. All class sessions are held at 3699 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 970 with assigned classroom numbers on the schedule and enrollment agreement form.

Computer Laboratory

The computer laboratory helps students write, rewrite, edit, and debug computer programs. It is equipped with a variety of computers, laptops, and printers. Wireless Internet access is available for notebook computer users. The lab assistants are available for student consultation. Computer hours will be posted weekly and will be closed on Sundays.

Student Lounge

The student lounge is equipped with a microwave, a refrigerator, beverages with a comfortable sofa and tea tables for students to relax, read, and have their snacks or meals before and/ after classes.


Educational equipment necessary for information technology management major courses are computers installed with Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Project programs. Faculty and students may check out laptops with these programs by providing a photo identification card.


The Merit University Library’s mission is to meet the informational, educational, and research needs of its students, faculty and staff. A variety of services and resources are available including electronic databases, books, journals/periodicals, and an online catalog. Services include reference, database training, and library orientations. Access to relevant, current resources is available to meet the research needs, support the high quality curriculum, and enrich the educational experience

Library Hours

Monday through Friday from 10:30am to 8:30pm.

Collections and Resources

The library collection includes books and periodicals available for reference or circulation exclusive to Merit University students and online resources of over 60 million journal articles, books, encyclopedias, newspapers, magazines, and audio video clips to support all academic programs through Library and Information Resources Network (LIRN).

Library Services

  • Reference
  • Training on Database Searching
  • Research Assistance
  • Information Literacy Instruction

Library Policies

  • The Library is dedicated to use as a study area. Students should conduct their business quietly and are expected to mute audible devices before entering the facility.
  • The computers and network are reserved for legitimate research and study purposes.
  • Materials from the reference collection are available for use in the library, and may not be checked out.
  • Students may check out books from circulating collection for two weeks and renew for an additional two weeks. The cost of replacement of any lost or damaged materials will be charged to the student who has checked out the materials, and will include the actual replacement cost plus appropriate fees.

Other Resources available