The Davie Student Union Open Computer Lounge is located on the first floor of the Student Union building, room 101F. This computer lab contains 10 Windows computers and 2 iMacs, as well as a pay-per-print system. All the computers are connected to the campus network and have full access to the Internet.
This open lab is available to all FAU students, and allows them to complete class assignments, conduct research, and perform any other FAU-related academic work.
For more information about the Davie Campus Main Open Computer Lab, please contact Jasmine Morales, Academic Computer Labs Manager, at 954-236-1202.
The Davie Student Union Open Computer Lounge hours of operations are as follows:
|Monday-Thursday||8 a.m. - 7 p.m.|
|Friday & Saturday||8 a.m. - 5 p.m.|
|Sunday||12 a.m. - 6 p.m.|
The Davie Student Union Open Computer Lounge contains 1 scanner (HP G3010), and one black and white laser printer.
|Quantity||PC Type||OS||Memory||Hard Drive||Processor|
|10||Dell OptiPlex 5250||Windows 10||8 GB||250 GB||3.4 GHz Intel Core i7|
|4||Apple iMac||High Sierra||16 GB||1 TB||2.8 GHz Intel Core i5|
The following is a list of software packages available in the computer lab.
|Windows Software Packages||Mac Software Packages||Computer Lab Layout|
The printing system protects confidential documents and slashes the volume of unclaimed printouts. Users queue print jobs to a virtual queue, and then release them for printing on any campus printer. The "release stations" require user authentication, by swiping an Owl Card or entering a FAU NET ID to release and collect sensitive documents.
With this new printing system, students can now print wirelessly from laptops, netbooks, iOS, and Android devices with no driver installation or server authentication. Print jobs will be held until they are released by the student directly from the most convenient printer. For more information, click here.