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Computer Labs

Information Services has multiple computer labs available for faculty, staff and students to use on both campuses. Log onto the lab computers using your Campus Connect username and password. Please note, hours are subject to change due to special events, exams, summer hours or holidays.

Health and Safety Considerations

 If you come to a physical lab, please make sure you use the CampusClear app  to self-screen each time.  Stay home if you are sick. 

 In addition, you must wear a mask or cloth face covering and maintain physical distancing with others while on campus.



Number of Computers


ADA Equipment*


Dual Monitors***

​​Color Printer


Daley 150

3 PCs and 6 Macs

Mon-Thu: 8am-10pm
Fri: 8am-6pm                   

Lincoln Park

Brownstone's Cafe (Student Center)

14 PCs

See Brownstone's updated hours on the Student Center Website




​McGowan 255****
​5 PCs
​Mon-Fri: 8am-6pm
​Arts and Letters Hall, (ALH) 111
​12 PCs
​Mon-Fri: 8am-6pm
These labs contain ADA equipment provided by the Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD). For more information regarding their programs and services, visit the CSD website. 
** These labs have a select number of PCs with scanners attached available for student use. 
*** These labs offer some computers with dual monitors.
**** Located on the bridge between McGowan north and south

For information about software titles available in our labs, please see our Lab Software page. 
Intelliprint is DePaul University's all-purpose student printing solution. Printers located in computer labs, libraries, and the Lincoln Park residence halls are all connected to the Intelliprint system.

Mini-labs are located in each residence hall on the Lincoln Park campus.  The mini-labs have one computer and an IntelliPrint station available to residents throughout the school year.  For more information about technology offered in the residence halls, visit the Department of Housing website.

DePaul labs and classroom computers are controlled and locked down.  Students cannot install any software on them and have minimal ability to adjust the settings on the computers.  Students also should not save any data on the computers.  If you are working on homework or projects on lab computers, you are encouraged to save your work on a personal portable device (e.g. thumb drive, portal USB hard drive, etc.) or on a cloud network service such as Dropbox, Box, or OneDrive.  DePaul offers free cloud storage service to all DePaul students via Microsoft OneDrive via your DePaul Office365 account.

For questions please contact the Help Desk.