About Open Lab: SJ 011
The College of Arts and Sciences provides an open computer lab for students of any major. This lab is located in the lower level of St. Joseph Hall, Room 011.
Special Note: If the front doors to St. Joseph Hall are locked, please contact Campus Police at 937-229-2121 to request that an officer be dispatched to unlock to doors.
Monday - Thursday: 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Saturday: Noon - 4:00 PM
Sunday: 1:00 - 10:00 PM
Hours are subject to change.
Holidays and Breaks
Open Lab (SJ 011) will be closed on these days:
- Labor Day
- Family Weekend
- Fall Mid-Term Break
- Thanksgiving Break
- Feast of Immaculate Conception/Christmas on Campus
- Final Exam Week
- Martin Luther King Day
- Mid-Term Break
- Bro. Joseph Stander Symposium - Alternate Day of Learning
- Easter Break
- Final Exam Week
- MS Windows 8.1 Professional
- Novell Network Client - provides access to network drives (I.E. "L" drive)
- MS Office Suite 2013 (Access, Powerpoint, Excel, Word)
- Adobe CS 6 (Dreamweaver, Acrobat Pro, Flash, Fireworks, Indesign, Illustrator, Photoshop)
Network Printing: Konica-Minolta Bizhub 223
Pay for Print is in place and the charge is $.04 per page. All printing is charged against Flyer Express.
To print you must login to udprint.udayton.edu, authenticate with UD username/password and release print job.
Printing InDesign files:
The laserjet printers in the labs are not capable of printing native InDesign files (files ending in .indd). However they can print PDF files using Adobe Acrobat Reader.
How to Report a Problem
The procedure to report a problem with a computer is as follows:
- Locate the asset tag. It is a silver tag located on the top of each system. The asset number is located below the bar code and this number will be used when reporting. See photo at right.
- Email or call the UDIT Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 937-229-3888.
- When reporting the problem, be as specific as possible. Always provide the number from the system's asset tag. Also, identify the application being used (i.e. MS Word, InDesign, etc.), and provide any error messages that are displayed.