Search Results

Computing Services has multiple computer labs available on both New Jersey Campuses for classroom instruction and student use. Computer Lab hours of operation are subject to change based upon utilization throughout the semester.

All Computing Services Lab hours of operation are:

Metropolitan CampusFlorham Campus
Dickinson Hall – Hackensack
Phone: (201)-692-7111
Fax: (201)-692-7158

Rooms:
Lab A (DH2163),
Lab B (DH2164), Lab C (DH2165)
Dreyfuss Building
Phone: (973)-443-8689
Fax: (973)-443-8886

Rooms:
D206, D207, D208,
D209, D211
University Hall – Teaneck
Phone: (201)-692-7112

Rooms:
Front Lab (UH 22),
Back Lab (UH 28), Side Lab
Park Ave South Building
Phone: (973)-443-8689

Room:
Activity Room 108
Student Union Building
Phone: (201)-692-2222

Room:
Multipurpose Room 135

Note

The Student Union Building Multipurpose Room will be locked at all times. To gain access to the Student Union Building computer lab, you must contact Public Safety at (201)-692-2222.

Lab Hours of Operation

Spring Semester 2021 Intercession Hours (May 15th – May 23rd) – CLOSED FOR ALL LOCATIONS

Summer Session 2021 Computer Lab Hours: May 24th – August 22nd

BuildingMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
Dreyfuss BuildingCLOSEDCLOSEDCLOSEDCLOSEDCLOSEDCLOSEDCLOSED
Dickinson Hall9AM – 5PM9AM – 5PM9AM – 5PM12PM – 5PMCLOSEDCLOSEDCLOSED
University HallCLOSEDCLOSEDCLOSEDCLOSEDCLOSEDCLOSEDCLOSED
Student Union BuildingContact Public SafetyContact Public SafetyContact Public SafetyContact Public SafetyContact Public SafetyContact Public SafetyContact Public Safety
Park Ave South 24 Hours24 Hours24 Hours24 Hours24 Hours24 Hours24 Hours

Note

Lab computers are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. To adhere to local and state health guidelines, Computing Services lab room capacity is set to 10 people per lab.

Computer Labs will be closed Monday, May 31st and Monday, July 5th in observance of Memorial Day and Independence Day.

Last Modified: icon icon Copy Link

Software Request Guidelines for University Computers and Computer Labs

Resources for: Faculty Staff
icon Close

Departments wishing to obtain software, whether it is for use by the department or to be installed in the FDU computer labs and/or FDU Anywhere, should plan appropriately to provide adequate time to acquire the software and make it available to users.

The following steps should be used as a guide when planning to obtain software for instructional or business use:

  1. Selection of product
  2. Creation of Purchase Order (PO) and approval by department/dean/chair
  3. Technology review and approval by OIRT
  4. New vendor processing, if necessary
  5. Contract review

Tip

Plan a minimum of 3 weeks for a contract review before a PO can be processed. See contract review requirements and order process by visiting the link at the bottom of the page.

  1. Software purchase and delivery to FDU
  2. Software preparation. Plan up to 60 days to allow for items such as:
    • Creating configurations for FDU’s needs and environment
    • Setting up license servers or other required systems
    • Integration with other systems (e.g., Single Sign On)
    • Testing mass deployment (if for the computer labs)
    • Integration with FDU Anywhere (if needed) assuming the software is licensed and approved for VDI enviroment
  3. Testing and confirmation of proper functionality by the requestor (instructor)
  4. Final installation on computers

Note

Even if the software has no cost to FDU, per the Office of the General Counsel and the Contract Review Policy, if the software requires you to agree to terms and conditions, it’s an agreement that must be reviewed

Last Modified: icon icon Copy Link
binoculars icon
binoculars icon Couldn’t find what you were looking for?
Submit a ticket and our Support Service Team will contact you to assist.
background