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IT Computer Lab Reservation Information


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Reserving a Lab

How Requests are Processed

Requesting a Lab


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Reserve A Lab Guide: How To Reserve A Lab

To reserve a lab, go to the Facilities Reservations Online Request Center and, if prompted, log in with your SU account credentials. Choose IT Lab Request Form from the Request Space dropdown.

Lab Reservation Request

Information Technology operates and maintains 10 academic computer labs on the SU campus. Five of the labs are available for general academic use only; the other six can be reserved for specific courses or other events. Only the following labs are available for reservations: Fulton Hall 142 and 145, Devilbiss Hall 205, Conway Hall (TETC) 110A, 110B, 116B, 280A, 351 and 352 and Perdue Hall 248. IT encourages faculty and staff members to become familiar with the hardware and software available in the computer labs and the computer lab environment prior to making a reservation request. Additionally, IT encourages faculty and staff members to request lab reservations as early as possible for a given semester, especially for the fall and spring semesters. 

During the reserved time, a "Class in Session" sign will be posted outside the lab entrance and the lab will be unavailable for general use. Weekly lab schedules are available outside each of the computer labs.  Additionally, you may view lab reservations and schedules online using the Facilities Reservations Request Page.  Click Browse, and choose the Availability Calendar. You can use Filter to browse by building.

 Browse Reservations

How Requests are Processed

Lab reservations are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis but with the following priorities:

  • Courses scheduled by the University will be scheduled before any other lab requests.
  • Final schedules for courses are produced at the Registrar's Office.
  • IT is unable to schedule lab reservations before these course times are final.

Requesting a Lab

Labs must be reserved in advance. Lab requests will be confirmed daily during normal business hours. When your reservation is scheduled you will receive email confirming the date, time, and lab location.

To reserve a lab, click to and choose IT Lab Request Form from the Request Space dropdown.

Questions or comments concerning lab reservation requests can also be directed to the IT Help Desk, 410 677-5454.


There may be fees associated with some lab reservation requests, particularly those not for a class, class-related event, or final exam. If your lab request has fees associated with it, you will be informed of these charges, along with an estimate, prior to scheduling or confirming your lab request.

The following fees may be incurred when scheduling a lab for an event:

  1. Lab Usage Fee: $120 per hour, $400 per day.*
  2. Student Lab Attendant Fee: $20 per hour.
  3. Staff Technical Support/Setup Fee: $40 per hour

*Based on a maximum lab size of 33 computers. Our Conway Hall (TETC) labs are able to be combined to create one mega-lab with up to 60 computers. These combined labs would be charged proportional to the number or computers needed over 33. Discounts may apply to the Lab Usage Fee depending upon the proportion of SU attendees. Labs scheduled during times when they are not normally open will automatically incur a Student Lab Attendant Fee for the hours beyond normal operation. No discounts are applied to either Student Lab Attendant Fees or Staff Technical Support/Setup Fees.

We will be happy to provide you with an estimate of what your fees may be prior to scheduling your lab if you wish by calling 410-677-5454 or submitting a ticket online at

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