What you need to know about our computer labsPosted: July 13, 2017
We’ve got a lot of great resources around campus, to cater to all your student and study needs.
Like our array of food shops to ensure you can always fill your stomach, or get that much needed coffee. Or our sport facilities so that you can keep your body active as well as your mind. Then there’s our handy online self-help resources such as Study Smart.
Let’s not forget the study spaces we have throughout all our campuses. There are places like the Goanna Lounge for when you’ve had a big day and need to chill (or maybe have a sneaky nap), or our libraries where you’ll find social, quiet and silent study spaces.
And computer labs – oh so many computer labs! You’ll find common use computer labs across all campuses. Super keen? We even have dedicated 24-hour computer labs.
Don’t forget that Griffith students are welcome to use resources at any campus – enrolled at South Bank but want to study at Logan? No problems!
But before you rush off to the computer lab only to find that everyone else is just as studious as you and there are no free computers, why not check computer availability first?
You can find out all computer lab locations (including which ones are 24 hours) here, as well as check in advance how many computers are free in the lab you’re intending to go to.
All computers in common use computer labs will have standard software including Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe, and various internet browsers.
Sometimes you may require specialised software or hardware for your course. In these instances, your School may provide access to this through school-based computer labs (for further info about these facilities, contact your faculty).
Software may vary between locations, and you can check out the full list of available software on computers here.