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Campus Computing Labs

University of Pennsylvania Public Access Computer Labs

Penn's public access campus computing labs are open to all faculty, students and staff with valid Penn IDs. Special departmental labs, which provide very restricted access, are not considered public access and do not appear on the campus labs list. Click on the links below for more detailed information regarding the systems, software, and services available in each lab.

College House Computing Labs

College House Computing Labs, commonly known as ResLabs has 15 locations throughout the College House system. They have approximately 210 PC and MAC workstations.

Penn Libraries Computing Labs and Laptops

The University of Pennsylvania Library provides over 190 public workstations to access collections, information, resources, and services in support of the University's learning, teaching, and research mission. In addition, wireless laptop computers are available to be checked out and used within several of the Penn Libraries. Students, faculty, and staff with a current, valid PennCard can check out a laptop for a four hour loan period.

School of Arts and Sciences Computing Labs

The School of Arts and Sceinces has three public computer labs, with approximately 78 computers, located in the David Rittenhouse Labs and McNeil buildings.

School of Engineering and Applied Science Computing Labs (CETS)

CETS has computer labs located in both the Towne and Moore Buildings. There are currently a total of 4 PC labs available for use, with over 65 computers. A scanner, email, and laptop docking stations are also available.

School of Nursing Computing Lab

The School of Nursing's computing lab is located in Claire M. Fagin Hall. There are 26 computers available.


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