All portable drives should include the owner’s contact information. If you suspect that you left your jump drive in an ITS or ResTech lab, check your NIU e-mail.
Student network drives are not backed up by NIU. You are responsible for backing up your own data and e-mail.
Most ITS and ResTech labs are wheelchair-accessible, and most labs have workstations that accommodate students who are blind or visually impaired.
To use labs, students must have their Z-ID, password, and OneCard to print.
The Academic Computing Operations and Support (ACOS) and ResTech staff reserve the right to ask users to leave the lab for non-compliance with the posted lab policies and/or any behavior disruptive to the lab environment. Non-compliant users may also be subject to disciplinary action by the NIU Office of Community Standards and Student Conduct.
No cellular phones, food, or beverages are permitted in ITS labs.
For all information about the ITS computer labs, including hours and locations, visit: niu.edu/its/labs
All ResTech labs are open 24x7. For times when staff are on duty, special services, locations of Macintosh computers, and lab locations and phone numbers, visit: restech.niu.edu
For more information about the ResTech labs, contact the ResTech Helpdesk at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 753-6267.
Available 24x7 in the lobbies of all residence halls to:
Non-residents of the halls may use ResTech labs and Cyber Terminals but must abide by the policies prohibiting entry to the halls between 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.
Some academic departments provide computer labs for restricted use by student majors or students taking certain classes within the department. Students should check with their academic adviser or their department for more information about these labs.