Computer Labs Information
The Office of Information Resources provides a number of technology laboratories for general use and for academic instructional purposes.
To see what computers are currently available in the Gutman Library, Tuttleman 213, and Search Hall Click Here. (Note: This can also be viewed on your mobile device such as Android phones, iPads, and iPhones)
General Purpose Lab Schedule
During the Fall and Spring semesters, the General Purpose Labs operate along the following schedule. This schedule generally mirrors the library schedule which can be found here. For contact information for each lab please scroll down to the lab information table.
(Please note that during finals these hours are subject to change)
||8:00AM to 6:00PM|
||8:00AM to 6:00PM|
|Wednesday||8:00AM to 6:00PM|
||8:00AM to 6:00PM
|Friday||8:00AM to 5:00PM|
||10:00AM to 5:00PM
Mobile Lab Stats
Click here to see available computers in the Gutman Library, Search 301, 307, and Tuttleman 213 on any internet-connected computer or mobile device.
Campus Laboratory Hardware and Software.
Click here for a list of the Computer labs on campus and which software is installed in each one
Click Here for a list of software on campus and in what labs each is installed
Logging in at the technology laboratory or on Podium computers.
A student should always log onto campus machines with:
A faculty or staff member should always log onto campus machines with:
This will ensure the user is logged in properly has access to available network based resources.
If the user is having trouble logging in, go to the Password Reset page to reset the user's password.
To ensure the integrity of the user's information and work is saved be sure to log off of the system when finished using.
On the PC:
Click the “Windows Pearl/Start” button.
Click the “Log off” button.
The user will now be logged out.
On a Mac:
Click the “Apple” icon in the upper right of the screen.
Click “log out”. The user will now be logged out.
Where to get help for lab computers
If issues arise with a lab computer or hardware please notify the Technology Help Desk. Make sure to have the computer label (In white tape on the front of the computer) handy. During the repair time, please use another available computer.
Specific Labs at Philadelphia University
Philadelphia University has a number of computer labs available to students for work purposes. Click Here for the full list of labs available at the University.
For any issues with a computer or printer in a lab, first try restarting the device, then contact the Technology Help Desk for assistance.