Open Computer Labs | Jupiter Campus
The Jupiter campus has three Open Computer Labs, which are located in the Honors College (HC-111), Student Resources (SR-109), and the Library (LB-105a) buildings.
Overall, these computer labs contains 57 Windows computers, as well as multiple printers. All the computers are connected to the campus network and have full access to the Internet.
These open labs are open to all FAU students, and allows them to complete class assignments, conduct research, and perform any other FAU-related academic work.
HC-111 and SR-109 Open Computer Labs contains scanners, and black and white laser printers. SR-109 also contains a color laser printer.
|Room||QTY.||PC Type||OS||Memory||Hard Drive||Processor|
|HC-111||25||Dell Optiplex 755||Windows 7||2 GB||160 GB||2.6 GHz Core 2 Duo|
|SR-109||13||Dell Optiplex 760||Windows 7||2 GB||160 GB||3.0 GHz Core 2 Duo|
|LB-105a||19||Dell Optiplex 740||Windows 7||2 GB||160 GB||2.1 GHz Athlon 64x2|
Hours of Operations
LB-105a follows the general Jupiter Library hours of operations. The other two Open Computer Labs hours are as follows:
Printing in the Jupiter Open Computer Labs
The Open Computer Labs are equipped with a pay-for-print system. The system requires a valid FAU student ID (Owl card), a faculty ID or a visitor's card. The visitor's card can be purchased within the Jupiter Library for $1. Users can add money to their card as needed, using a cash-to-card machine, which is available inside the Jupiter Campus Library.
For more information about the Jupiter Campus Open Computer Labs, please contact: