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Computer Labs

Information Technology provides campus computer labs for use by all of Loyola’s students. All of these facilities have Internet access and offer free printing. These labs listed below can be utilized for academic purposes as well as surfing the Internet and checking email.

Monroe Library Lab

Located in the Information Technology wing of the Monroe Library building, these labs offer access to both Windows-based and Mac computers. This lab has a printer conveniently located in the hallway located outside of ML 136.

Available Software:
Windows: Acrobat Reader, MS Office Suite, MS Visual C#, SPSS, JMP, Mathematica, Gimp, Audacity, Matlab, Mendely, TexniCenter, Trelby, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer.

Mac: MS Office Suite, SPSS, JMP, Gimp, Safari and Google Chrome


Reference Area Lab 

Located in the center of the Monroe Library 1st floor, near the Circulation Desk.  This lab has 51 Windows-based computers. A printer is conveniently located next to the lab area.  (Outside of ML 120)

Available Software:

MS Office Suite, Mathematica, MS Visual C#, Mendely, Matlab, MS Visual Basic, SPSS, JMP, Trelby, TexniCenter, Gimp, Audacity, Lab View, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome 


iMAC Reference Lab

This lab is located on the first floor of the Monroe Library (toward the back). It houses 18 Macintosh computers and is an excellent lab to work on music/multimedia projects. Midi keyboards are available for check out, for use in this lab, at the Library Circulation Desk. A printer is located outside of ML 120 near the Reference Area Lab.

Available Software:
AOL Instant Messenger, iChat, Yahoo Messenger, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Imageready, Macromedia Dreamweaver MX, Fireworks MX, Flash MX, Freehand, Filemaker Pro, Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Finale, Bias Peak LE, QuarkXPress, Toast Titanium, Roxio Jam, Safari, Mozilla, iTunes, iMovie, iPhoto, Sherlock, Windows Media Player, Appleworks, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Quicktime Pro and Sophos Antivirus.