The Graduate Lab is on the lower level of Eads Hall. It is designed to meet general computing needs for Arts & Sciences graduate students.
The lab contains a scanner, printer, 4 Windows 7 computers and one Mac OSX computer. Each computer has keyboard input languages enabled for all the languages taught at the university. Social Sciences Computing also offers a Reserved Lab for advanced statistical computing needs.
Black and white printing is available at a cost of 4 cents per page single-sided and 6 cents per page double-sided. All computers in the lab default to double-sided. See our help sheet about printing for more information.
ArtSci Tech Support is available Mon-Fri 10am-5pm.
To report technical problems in the Graduate Lab, please contact us.
Equipment: Printer, Flatbed Scanner
Software: 7-Zip, Acid Express, Adobe Reader, Adobe Shockwave Player, Apple iMovie, Apple iPhoto, Apple iTunes, Apple Safari, ArcGIS, Audacity, Bare Bones TextWrangler, Clavis Sinica 3, EndNote 7, Fathom, FileZilla, Firefox, GIMP, Google Earth, Hot Potatoes, HP Precisionscan Pro 3.1, iDVD, Kompozer, Macromedia Authorware Player, MatLab 2006B, Microsoft Office 2010, Microsoft Office 2011, Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Windows Media Components for Quicktime, Microsoft Windows Media Player, NVU, Omni Page Pro, Quicktime Player, R, Real Player, SSH, Swiss pdb Viewer, Vernier Logger Pro, VueScan