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Computer labs at New Jersey City University are categorized into two usage types: Public and Departmental. For campus locations go to our campus map indicating the building the lab is located or contact the specific lab representative for more information. Software available in Public and Departmental Labs: Microsoft Office Professional (Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint), Internet Access and Web based email using Internet Explorer.

Public computer labs are available for all NJCU community members (registered students, faculty and staff of the University). The following labs are for public use:
Academic Computing Professional Studies building room P103
Academic Computing Satellite Lab(ACS) Frank Guarini Library, lobby area room L101
Frank J. Guarini Library Library Building, multiple student stations/labs

Departmental computer labs support specialized software. These are usually small labs with no access for public use. However, some departmental computer labs have limited access available for NJCU community members due to regularly scheduled classes or training activities. Scheduled classes and training activities must take precedence over general community access.
Science Computer Lab Biology & Chemistry majors Science building room S312
ESL/Modern Languages Lab Karnoutsos building K224
The Writing Center Karnoutsos building K105 office, labs K109 & K115 Writing/Tutoring
Journalism Center Karnoutsos building room K108
Computer Science Labs Karnoutsos building K425, K428 & K430
Physics Lab Science room S113
Geography/Geoscience Lab Rossey building R602
Mathematics Lab
Karnoutsos building K504
Media Arts Lab Fries Building room F203
Music Lab
Rossey building room R315

Visual Arts Lab Visual Arts building room(s) A201, A209 and A218

Adaptive Technology at NJCU is available for students with documented disabilities. Adaptive technology includes, but is not limited to; books on tape, screen readers, note taking devices, writing/speaking devices, and specialized software. Some of this specialized software is available in the Electronic Learning Lab, P103. For further information regarding adaptive technology, contact Jennifer Aitken in the Office of Specialized Services, P343 or call (201) 200-2557