Computer Labs

Available To: Faculty, Staff, Students

ITS provides high quality computer labs to support NAU's academic computing needs in a comfortable environment.

ITS also administers labs utilized for faculty and staff training opportunities.   

How to Request

Student Labs

Academic computer lab space, located in building #61 room 140, can be reserved for academic or university-related purposes by faculty or staff. You can request the use of this Lab by contacting the Student Technology Center at 928/523-9294. Use this map to locate the below labs on campus.

Building Name Building Number Room Number/Location
Allen 46 127
Calderón Learning Community 29 2nd Floor; Southeast Corner of Building
Cowden 38 "Computer Resource Center", next to Lobby/Office
duBois Center      64 Basement, Room 44
Gabaldon 53 Next to Lobby/Office
McConnell 62 4th Floor Resource Center
Mountain View 55 Next to Lobby/Office
LEADS Center 30 104
North Learning Resource Center 30 2nd Floor Lobby Area near Transfer and Commuter Connections office
North Morton 4 1st Floor; Southwest Corner of Building
Reilly 48 Next to Lobby/Office
Sechrist 42 1st Floor; North Side of Building, Through Common Area
South Village 70 Next to Lobby/Office
South Learning Resource Center 61 Entire Building (open 24x7 during Fall and Spring semesters)
Tinsley 44 1st Floor; near Southeast Corner of Building
Wilson 45 1st Floor; Northeast Hallway of Building


Information about printing in these labs can be found at this website.

Training Labs

Information on training courses that ITS offers for faculty and staff can be found here, and ITS Training Lab information can be found here. Additional questions can be directed to the Solution Center at 928/523-1511.

Related Services

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ITS Training Lab locations on the Flagstaff Mountain Campus. 
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Printing on the Flagstaff campus.

Training & Documentation


Overview of printing in the residence halls using the "hotel-style" printing model.


Software installed PCs in Extended Campuses labs throughout the state.


Installed software on the Macintosh machines in ITS Campus labs.


Software installed on the Virtual Lab server. This image is available to all NAU users via Remote Desktop on vlab.nau.edu 


ITS computer labs on the NAU campus with link to map application