Below you will find information on the computer lab facilities available at the Prince George campus.
H: drive access and USB capability are available in all the labs so you are able to save your information or transfer files.
General purpose labs are available for use as long as they have not been booked for teaching.
If you are unsure where a lab is located, please visit the ITS Service Desk located at 8-265 and someone will be more than happy to assist you.
Lab Hours: Monday to Friday - 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Computer lab locations and details
Agora Building 7
Lab 7-105: First Nations Lab - General purpose lab equipped with 11 Zero clients.
Teaching Laboratory Building 8
Lab 8-127 - Teaching lab equipped with 34 Zero clients.
Lab 8-129 - Teaching lab equipped with 22 Zero clients.
Lab 8-362 - General purpose lab equipped with 48 Zero clients.
Lab 8-364 - General purpose lab equipped with 18 Zero clients.
Lab 8-365 - General purpose lab equipped with 18 Zero clients.
Teaching and Learning Building 10
Lab 10-3034 - General purpose lab equipped with 24 Zero clients.
Computer lab etiquette
Please leave drink containers on the shelf inside the lab. UNBC has a strict no food and drinks policy in the computer labs. If you are found with food or drink for the first time, you will be asked for your name and student number and then you will be asked to leave the lab immediately. A warning email will be sent to you from the Computer Lab Coordinator. If you are found a second time, your computer account will be locked. Absolutely no exceptions.
Computer lab software
The following software is installed in the VMWare Student Lab Image:
- Access 2016
- Applied Biosystems
- Beyond 2020
- Bizagi Modeler
- Campbell Scientific
- Foxit Reader
- Google Chrome
- Google Earth Pro
- IBM SPSS
- Microsoft Edge
- Microsoft Expression
- Microsoft Office
- Microsoft Power BI
- Operational Scale CBM-CFS3
- PASCO Scientific
- PASSaGE 2
- Snip & Sketch
- Spatial Viewer
- TASS III
- VDYP 7
- Visual Studio Code
- Vortex 10