We have multiple computer labs available for student, staff and faculty use on each campus. A majority of our computer labs contain Dell PCs; however, our Lincoln Park and Loop campuses also provide students access to Mac computers.
Below is a listing of all the Information Services computer labs. All numbers are PCs unless specified otherwise.
||DePaul Center 10000^
||DePaul Center 10012*^
||DePaul Center 10018^
||DePaul Center 11028
||O'Malley Place 1350*^
||2 Macs and 48 PCs|
||Daley Building 150
||17 Macs and 6 PCs|
||Schmitt Academic Center 235*^
||Arts and Letters 111
||John T. Richardson Library 1st Floor*^
||21 Macs and 42 PCs|
||John T. Richardson Library 2nd Floor^
* 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.
DePaul students, faculty and staff can log into lab computers using their Campus Connect credentials. If you do not know your Campus Connect login information, please contact the Technology Support Center.
Lab hours vary by location. For a listing of lab hours by location, see our Lab Hours page. Please note, hours are subject to change due to special events, exams, or holidays.
For information about software titles available in our labs, please see our Lab Software page.
Residence Hall Mini-Labs
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 Housing Services website.
In the Winter 2015 quarter, excess PCs were removed from SAC 235 in Lincoln Park and the DePaul Center Library computer lab 10012 in the Loop. This made way for power outlets to be installed on top of the desks to power and recharge students' personal devices such as cell phones, tablets, and laptops. This also allows for greater collaborative work as now, as students are able to sit on either side of each other at a computer without being in the way of others.