Student computing facilities
Systems provides computer classrooms and drop-in areas in three general use facilities across campus (Business and Economics 165, Clearihue A112, and Human and Social Development A131) and the Computer-Assisted Language Learning facility (Clearihue A051). These facilities provide access to desktop computers running Windows and macOS and a variety of applications for productivity, research, design, and statistical analysis as well as printing and on-site support.
Who can use this service?
Guests to the university, including conference attendees, may pay an access fee to use the computing facilities.
How do I request or access this service?
Drop-in computers are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Current students can login to lab computers with a valid NetLink ID. Faculty and staff may book computer classrooms for classes, labs, and training sessions.
What is the cost for this service?
Computer and scanner use is provided free of charge current students, faculty, and staff. Guests may use the facilities with the purchase of a guest NetLink ID.
Bookings are free of charge for most academic events. See Computer classroom bookings for details of room booking, labour, and staffing fees.
When is this service available?
Operating hours are adjusted based on seasonal demand. Visit Computing facilities for details.
How do I get help with this service?
For assistance with this service, please contact the Computer Help Desk: