Student Labs

Software Resources

All areas include basic office suites via Microsoft Office and iWork. As well as this and other common utilities, each lab has a selection of specialized software. To see a matrix of this software, please click here.

These labs are restricted to graduate students associated with the respective department. If you need access, please speak with your department representative.

Bowden Computer Lab

The Bowden Computer lab

Access: History and Philosophy Graduate Students
Hours: 24/7, Card access required after-hours
Location: Bowden Hall, Room 100

Resources: 

  • 8 iMac computers
  • 1 EaglePrint Black and White print station

The Tarbutton Computer Lab

The Tarbutton Computer lab

Access: Political Science and Sociology Graduate Students
Hours: 24/7, Card access required after-hours
Location: Tarbutton Hall, Room 120

Resources: 

  • 25 Dell computers
  • 1 EaglePrint Black and White print station

These labs are available for all Emory users unless noted otherwise.

DUC Computer Lab

The DUC Computer lab

Access: All Students
Hours: As DUC
Location: Dobbs University Center

Resources: 

  • 6 iMac computers
  • 1 EaglePrint Black and White print station

The SAAC Computer Lab

The SAAC Computer lab

Access: All Students
Hours: As SAAC
Location: Student Activity and Academic Center

Resources: 

  • 10 iMac computers
  • 1 EaglePrint Black and White print station

Building H Computer Lab

Building H Computer lab

Access: All Clairmont Residents
Hours: 24/7
Location: Clairmont Campus, CRC, Building H 

Resources: 

  • 6 iMac computers
  • 1 EaglePrint Black and White print station

The Student Digital Life team also maintains a few walk-up iMac workstations across campus for quick access to e-mail and the Internet. These workstations can be found in the following buildings:

Kiosk computers

Access: All Emory users
Hours: As building
Locations: 

Resources: 3 to 8 iMac computers depending on location