Open Computing Facility

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The Open Computing Facility is an ASUC funded group at University of California, Berkeley, first founded in 1989.[1]

The OCF is an all-volunteer, student-run, student-initiated service group dedicated to free computing for the greater academic community of the University of California, Berkeley. Its stated mission is to provide an environment where no member of Berkeley's campus community is denied the computer resources he or she seeks, and to appeal to all members of the Berkeley campus community with unsatisfied computing needs and to provide a place for those interested in computing to fully explore that interest.[1] Here, the term "campus community" does not include all area residents and excludes those persons without official connection to either the university or a university-sanctioned organisation.[2]

The OCF provides the following services to UC Berkeley:


  1. ^ a b Open Computing Facility: About Our Organization
  2. ^ Eligibility

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