Information Technology maintains 21 computer labs on campus. Of those, nine Windows and two Macintosh labs are scheduled or staffed by the IT Help Desk. IT also provides staff and assistance to the Blackwell Library public computers. All software required to complete Salisbury University coursework is available in at least one lab, and usually in multiple labs: see our Lab Software Configuration (PDF) document for the full list of software available. In addition the labs give students access to university printers and to central data storage (P: drives, K: drives).
Two of the labs are available for general academic use only; the other nine can be reserved for specific courses or other events but are available for general use when nothing is scheduled. Faculty and staff wishing to reserve a lab should visit the Lab Reservation Information page.
The Teacher Education and Technology Center also has four individual rooms available for group study. For information on these rooms, their availability and reservations, see the Breakout Rooms For Groups page.
Also around campus are other labs that are not run by Information Technology. Some are maintained by Information Technology and scheduled/administered by an associated department, others are completely maintained and run by another department. Please contact your academic department to inquire about what labs your department may have available to you.
For a listing of what software may be available in all labs, see the Lab Software Configuration Guide.
Information Technology employs student staff at our TE 113 Help Desk for assistance with lab, account and other computer or account related issues. Information on student employment can be found at the Employment Opportunities page.
Occasionally, lost items may be turned into the TE 113 Help Desk. Every Friday, we deliver these items to the GUC Info Desk.