Computer Labs

Seattle University provides computer labs offering secure, high speed internet and campus network access, along with various software packages including the Microsoft Office Suite. An active Seattle University Campus Card and network account is required to access computer lab stations. 

Student Labs

All locations include printing services

  • Pigott 206 (Open Student Lab) PC Lab
  • Bellarmine, Campion, and Xavier Residence Halls PC Labs
  • Hunthausen Hall 030 Mac Lab
  • Lemieux Library 2nd floor PC Lab
  • PC kiosks on each floor in Pigott

Teaching Labs 

  • Administration Teaching Lab (MAC) - ADMN 224
  • Fine Arts Teaching Lab (MAC) - FINR 126
  • 1103 Teaching Lab (MAC) - 1103 011
  • Engineering Teaching Lab (PC) - ENGR 308
  • Engineering Teaching Lab (PC) - ENGR 310
  • Pigott Teaching Lab (PC) - PIGT 207 
  • Chardin Hall Teaching Lab (PC) - CHDN 108

Administration 224 Macintosh Teaching Lab (MAC)
The Administration 224 Teaching lab is equipped with 25 Apple iMac computers with dual core Intel processors, one Apple iMac computer at the instructor's station connected to an LCD video projector, and one HP 8100 LaserJet Printer. The video projector can display either the instructor's desktop or an attached VHS, VCR, and DVD player.

Engineering 308 Teaching Lab (PC)
This Engineering Teaching Lab is equipped with 25 computers for student use, one of which is a dedicated instructor's station connected to a video projector (video projector also displays output from local VHS, VCR, DVD player, and laptop connection; display can be selected from instructor's station). All computers are connected to an Ethernet network with an HP LaserJet 5200dn, and have access to our student network (including file and print server), email, and the Internet. This lab is used exclusively for computer-based classroom instruction.

Pigott 207 Teaching Lab (PC)
This teaching lab on the second floor of the Pigott Building is equipped with 35 Dell Wyse Thin Client computers for student use, one instructor's station connected to twin video projectors for classroom presentations, and one HP 8150 LaserJet printer. The video projectors can also display output from a local VHS VCR, DVD player, and document (video) camera. All computers are connected to our student network (including file and print server), email, and the Internet.