Computer labs offer the university community access to computing resources and a variety of software in support of learning, teaching, and research. Labs have printers through the pay-for-print (PFP) network available.
2019-2020 Academic Year Standard Software Load For Classrooms and Computer Labs
- Windows 10
- Acrobat Reader
- ArcGIS 10.6.1
- Google Chrome
- Google Earth
- IBM SPSS Statistics 26
- Internet Explorer
- Kaltura Capture
- MatLab R2019A
- Microsoft Edge
- Microsoft Office Enterprise 2016
- Mozilla Firefox
- Notepad ++
- Open JDK
- Respondus Lockdown Browser
- SAS 9.40
- Symantec Endpoint Protection
- VideoLAN VLC Player
- Wolfram Mathematica 12
- Microsoft Silverlight
If you require software that is not loaded on the computers in the open labs or a specialized lab environment, there are a variety of other lab options, including the STAR Lab, the Collaborative Learning Hub (CLUB), and the Virtual Computing Lab.
Faculty members requiring a computer classroom for a class should visit http://registrar.gmu.edu/facultystaff/ for information about ad-hoc scheduling for a class session.
Getting This Service
Open computer labs are located on each campus.
- Johnson Center, Room 342
- Innovation Hall, Room 301
- Van Metre Building, Room 211
Science and Technology Campus
- Katherine G. Johnson Hall, Room 250
This service is available during normal instructional hours while regular classes are in session.
24 Hour Computer Lab Operating Periods
During final exams, ITS extends the normal computer lab hours in the Johnson Center in order to meet the academic needs of the growing university community. The Johnson Center computer lab will be open 24 hours a day for the final exam period during the fall and spring semesters.
- Arlington Classroom Campus Support: 703–993–8226
- Fairfax Classroom Campus Support: 703–993–3446
- Science and Technology Campus Classroom Support: 703–993–8499