Homework Labs and Computer Classrooms
Information Technology maintains labs for both student homework and classes.
Homework Labs are dedicated labs with computers and printers where students can work to complete assignments. Depending on the lab, both PC and Mac computers as well as flatbed scanners may be available.
Computer Classrooms are reservable labs designed for classes where each student requires a computer for in-class work. Computer classrooms are available for student homework outside of scheduled classes.
In the past, Computer Classrooms were called "Public Labs". The name change to "Computer Classrooms was made to better align with Federal and UW-System guidelines.
Homework Labs & Computer Classrooms page to learn more!
In addition to student homework labs, Information Technology supports student homework computers throughout the libraries on all three UWSP campus locations.
Problems with your laptop? The Information Technology Service Desk offers limited Computer Repair Services to UWSP students!
Do you need UWSP software but can't get to a lab? Have to work on that important assignment but computer labs are closed? Log into the
Remote Lab for 24/7 remote access to a virtual computer lab workstation and UWSP lab software.
Available Campus Software
Available Software tab above to learn more about software available at UWSP, how to install an application, or simply browse to see what's available.
Are you teaching a class and can't find the software you need? See our
Request Software page for information on purchasing class software, making software installation requests, important request deadlines, and more.
UWSP students begin each semester with a $10 print credit and have permission to print to all UWSP homework labs and computer classrooms. More information including a list of printing fee types and how to check your print credits is available from our
See the Available Printers tab above for printers available in Homework Labs and Computer Classrooms.
And don't forget to check out
View Information Technology's Project Rendering page to learn more about available workstations and hours when project rendering can be performed.
Computer Classroom Reservations
Computer classrooms can be reserved for class and university-affiliated programs, and are also available for rent to non-affiliated organizations. Visit our
Reserve a Computer Classroom page for more information.
General community visitors may receive a guest account to use computers in the reference area of the library. For more information visit our
Guest Login Accounts page.