Computer Labs

CIT administers and maintains several computer labs across campus. Some of these are open-use labs, available to students and other ObieID account holders and visitors with Sponsored Accounts. Some of these are scheduled labs, used primarily for academic classes.

Computer Lab Locations and Equipment Details

Most open-use labs contain both Macintosh and Windows computers. Labs available for classes contain either Mac or Windows computers.  Details on lab locations, numbers and types of computers and availability are posted online.


Lab Software

General-use software, such as web browsers, printer software, Adobe Creative Cloud, iTunes, and Microsoft Office are loaded on all open-use lab computers. Labs that may be scheduled for classes have additional software installed that is specific to the academic disciplines which use that lab.  Details on the software available in each lab are listed below and on the CIT Wiki.

Software in Windows Labs

The list below shows the software applications common to all CIT-maintained Windows labs (except Computer Science labs).
Adobe Acrobat Pro DC Mathematica 10.4
Arc GIS 10.4 Microsoft Office 2016 (Access, Excel, IE11, PowerPoint, Publisher, Word)
Audacity 2.1.2 Microsoft Security Essentials
Firefox Nova 2.0
Flash Nero/Roxio
Google Chrome Python 2.7
Google Earth 7.1.5 Refworks
Google Sketchup 2016 SPSS 24
iTunes Windows Media Player 12

Specialized software in Windows labs, including software used specifically for classes, can be found on the CIT Wiki at the Windows Lab Software page.

Software in Mac Labs

The list below shows the software applications common to all CIT-maintained Macintosh labs.
Adobe Creative Cloud SketchUp
Audacity Skype
Firefox SPSS
Google Chrome TeX
Google Earth Text Wrangler
Mathematica VLC
Microsoft Office

Additional specialized software in Mac labs, including software used specifically for classes, can be found on the CIT Wiki on the Mac Lab Software page.