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Computer Labs Locations

 

Public Computing supports hundreds of public computers that are located throughout campus and are intended for use by members of the Yale community.  The computers have a common software image to provide ample access to academic programs.

Most of these locations can be seen on the ITS Map.

General purpose labs

Building/department Address/location Hours Equipment/availability
Bass Library 110 Wall Street
 Multiple locations
Hours: Library access 12 PCs, 8 Macs, 1 PC DTP, 1 Mac DTP
Center for Science and Social Science Information (CSSSI)219 Prospect Street
Library
Hours: Library access 
Center for Science and Social Science Information (CSSSI)115 Prospect Street
Room 01
Hours: M-F 8:30am - 4:30pm 
Chemistry225 Prospect Street
Chemistry, room 22
Hours: Same as building access 5 PCs
CT Hall1017 Chapel Street
Basement
Hours: 15 PCs, 8 Macs, 1 PC DTP, 1 Mac DTP
Dunham Laboratory10 Hillhouse Avenue
Room 120
Hours: 7 days/week, 24 hours/day10 PCs, 5 Macs, 1 PC DTP, 1 Mac DTP
Sterling Memorial Library120 High Street
Multiple locations
Hours: Library access 

 

Residential college and graduate dormitory labs

Building/departmentAddress/locationEquipment
276 Prospect Street Dormitory276 Prospect Street 
1st floor
3 PCs, 1 Mac
Berkeley College205 Elm Street
Basement, room 18
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Branford College74 High Street
Basement, entryway M, room B29
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Calhoun College189 Elm Street
Entryway I, rooms 474 and 480
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Davenport College248 York Street
Library
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Ezra Stiles / Morse College

304 York Street

Basement

10 PCs, 2 Macs, 2 Mac DTPs
Hall of Graduate Studies320 York Street
Basement
4 PCs, 2 Macs
Helen Hadley Hall420 Temple Street
1st floor
4 PCs, 2 Macs
Jonathan Edwards College68 High Street
Library
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Pierson College261 Park Street
Library
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Saybrook College242 Elm Street
Basement, entryways M, room SY37
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Silliman College505 College Street
Byers Hall, 3rd floor
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Swing/ New Residence Hall100 Tower Parkway
2nd floor
4 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Timothy Dwight / Rosenfeld HallGrove Street 
Library & basement Rosenfeld Hall
7 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Trumbull College241 Elm Street
2nd floor, above Master's office
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP

 

Departmental labs

Building/departmentAddress/locationEquipment
African American Studies81 Wall St 
2nd floor 
2 PCs
Comp Literature/Religious StudiesCollege Street and
Bingham Hall
6 PCs, 1 Mac DTP
Economics30 Hillhouse
Basement
5 PCs
Linsly-Chittenden Hall63 High Street
Room 109
2 PCs, 1 Mac DTP
Film Studies Center53 Wall Street
Basement
2 PCs
Film Studies Program53 Wall Street
2nd floor
2 Macs
Hall of Graduate Studies320 York Street 
2nd floor
1 PC, 1 Mac
History of Art56 High Street
OAG, 1st floor
1 PC, 1 Mac DTP
International Education55 Whitney Avenue
3rd floor
2 PCs
Italian82-90 Wall Street
4th floor
2 PCs
Music Department143 Elm Street
Basement
14 Macs
Political Science124 Prospect Street
Graduate Studies
4 PCs
Sociology204 Prospect Street
Room 106
2 PCs

Who can use it?

Anyone in the Yale community and the general public (in the case of Kiosks).

How much does it cost?

Public computing labs are free to use.  Departmental computing labs are privately funded by department and access may be restricted to individuals in those departments.

How do I get it?

Computer lab locations are listed above.

Where can I get help?

cluster.support@yale.edu



FAQs and other resources

Where can I save my files?
Local user files on cluster computer are deleted regularly and without warning. We strongly recommend that you work on your files locally and save them to an external source such as your Box at Yale account, your EliApps Drive, a USB key, or an external hard drive before you log out.
Why can't I log into cluster computers?
In order to log into a cluster computer you must have activated your NetID and have a legal NetID password. More information can be found at http://www.yale.edu/password. If you can normally log into the cluster machines without problems and believe that a single machine is experiencing log-in difficulties, please email cluster.support@yale.edu.
Citrix FAQ
Q: How do I access all of the software I need for my classes? A: Open Citrix Receiver from a computer with a “Powered by Citrix” label Q: How do I find the program I’m looking for? A: Click on Apps (at the top of the Receiver window). You can search by using the search bar or scroll through the available apps Q: How do I open and use one of the apps? A: Just click on the app and it will launch; use app as you normally would. Q: How do I save an app to my “Favorites”? A: Once you find the app in the list of apps, click on “Details” to the right of the app. Click “Add to Favorites.” Q: Where do I save my work so I can access it later? A: Set up cloud storage: • Log into Citrix Receiver if you are not already logged in • Launch Microsoft Word • On the upper left-hand side click on “Open Other Documents” • Click “Browse” • If not already expanded, click the arrow to the left of “This PC” or click on “This PC” o Box will be mapped to B: 1. Click on “Box(B:)” 2. When the “Authenticate with Box” windows appears click on “Use Single Sign On (SSO)” below the “Authorize” button 3. Enter in your Yale email address and click “Authorize” 4. Enter in your NETID and password and click “Login” on the CAS page (you cannot hit the Enter button after typing in your password) 5. Click “Grant Access to Box” 6. If you don’t do the steps above in 60 seconds, after authenticating you will receive a popup that says the drive is not accessible. Click ok, then click on the drive again and your files will be available o Dropbox will be mapped to D: o Eli Apps (Yale Google Drive) will be mapped to E: 1. Click on “Google Drive (G:)” 2. Enter in your email address into the “Authenticate with Google” window. 3. Enter in your Yale email address and click “Next” 4. Enter in your NETID and password and click “Login” on the CAS page (you cannot hit the Enter button after typing in your password) 5. Click “Allow” in the “Authenticate with Google” window 6. If you don’t do the steps above in 60 seconds, after authenticating you will receive a popup that says the drive is not accessible. Click ok and then click on the drive again and your files will be available o Personal Google drive will be mapped to G: o OneDrive for Business will be mapped to O: o OneDrive Personal will be mapped to P: • Close Word and log out of Citrix by clicking on the arrow next to your name in Receiver and wait 30 seconds for settings to synch before logging back in Q: Do I always have to work on the same machine? A: No. You can access all of your saved work on any of the machines marked with the “Powered by Citrix” label. Q: Who can I contact for help or if I want apps added? A: Look for a Cluster Tech wearing a lanyard or email us at cluster.support@yale.edu

Computer Labs

Service manager: 
Eric Grenier
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Campus Technology Services supports hundreds of public computers that are located throughout campus and are intended for use by members of the Yale Community.  The computers have a common software image to provide ample access to academic programs.
Computer Labs Locations

 

Public Computing supports hundreds of public computers that are located throughout campus and are intended for use by members of the Yale community.  The computers have a common software image to provide ample access to academic programs.

Most of these locations can be seen on the ITS Map.

General purpose labs

Building/department Address/location Hours Equipment/availability
Bass Library 110 Wall Street
 Multiple locations
Hours: Library access 12 PCs, 8 Macs, 1 PC DTP, 1 Mac DTP
Center for Science and Social Science Information (CSSSI)219 Prospect Street
Library
Hours: Library access 
Center for Science and Social Science Information (CSSSI)115 Prospect Street
Room 01
Hours: M-F 8:30am - 4:30pm 
Chemistry225 Prospect Street
Chemistry, room 22
Hours: Same as building access 5 PCs
CT Hall1017 Chapel Street
Basement
Hours: 15 PCs, 8 Macs, 1 PC DTP, 1 Mac DTP
Dunham Laboratory10 Hillhouse Avenue
Room 120
Hours: 7 days/week, 24 hours/day10 PCs, 5 Macs, 1 PC DTP, 1 Mac DTP
Sterling Memorial Library120 High Street
Multiple locations
Hours: Library access 

 

Residential college and graduate dormitory labs

Building/departmentAddress/locationEquipment
276 Prospect Street Dormitory276 Prospect Street 
1st floor
3 PCs, 1 Mac
Berkeley College205 Elm Street
Basement, room 18
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Branford College74 High Street
Basement, entryway M, room B29
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Calhoun College189 Elm Street
Entryway I, rooms 474 and 480
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Davenport College248 York Street
Library
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Ezra Stiles / Morse College

304 York Street

Basement

10 PCs, 2 Macs, 2 Mac DTPs
Hall of Graduate Studies320 York Street
Basement
4 PCs, 2 Macs
Helen Hadley Hall420 Temple Street
1st floor
4 PCs, 2 Macs
Jonathan Edwards College68 High Street
Library
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Pierson College261 Park Street
Library
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Saybrook College242 Elm Street
Basement, entryways M, room SY37
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Silliman College505 College Street
Byers Hall, 3rd floor
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Swing/ New Residence Hall100 Tower Parkway
2nd floor
4 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Timothy Dwight / Rosenfeld HallGrove Street 
Library & basement Rosenfeld Hall
7 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP
Trumbull College241 Elm Street
2nd floor, above Master's office
5 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Mac DTP

 

Departmental labs

Building/departmentAddress/locationEquipment
African American Studies81 Wall St 
2nd floor 
2 PCs
Comp Literature/Religious StudiesCollege Street and
Bingham Hall
6 PCs, 1 Mac DTP
Economics30 Hillhouse
Basement
5 PCs
Linsly-Chittenden Hall63 High Street
Room 109
2 PCs, 1 Mac DTP
Film Studies Center53 Wall Street
Basement
2 PCs
Film Studies Program53 Wall Street
2nd floor
2 Macs
Hall of Graduate Studies320 York Street 
2nd floor
1 PC, 1 Mac
History of Art56 High Street
OAG, 1st floor
1 PC, 1 Mac DTP
International Education55 Whitney Avenue
3rd floor
2 PCs
Italian82-90 Wall Street
4th floor
2 PCs
Music Department143 Elm Street
Basement
14 Macs
Political Science124 Prospect Street
Graduate Studies
4 PCs
Sociology204 Prospect Street
Room 106
2 PCs
Who can use it?: 

Anyone in the Yale community and the general public (in the case of Kiosks).

How much does it cost?: 
Public computing labs are free to use.  Departmental computing labs are privately funded by department and access may be restricted to individuals in those departments.
How do I get it?: 
Computer lab locations are listed above.
Where can I get help?: 
FAQs and other resources: 
Where can I save my files?
Local user files on cluster computer are deleted regularly and without warning. We strongly recommend that you work on your files locally and save them to an external source such as your Box at Yale account, your EliApps Drive, a USB key, or an external hard drive before you log out.
Why can't I log into cluster computers?
In order to log into a cluster computer you must have activated your NetID and have a legal NetID password. More information can be found at http://www.yale.edu/password. If you can normally log into the cluster machines without problems and believe that a single machine is experiencing log-in difficulties, please email cluster.support@yale.edu.
Citrix FAQ
Q: How do I access all of the software I need for my classes? A: Open Citrix Receiver from a computer with a “Powered by Citrix” label Q: How do I find the program I’m looking for? A: Click on Apps (at the top of the Receiver window). You can search by using the search bar or scroll through the available apps Q: How do I open and use one of the apps? A: Just click on the app and it will launch; use app as you normally would. Q: How do I save an app to my “Favorites”? A: Once you find the app in the list of apps, click on “Details” to the right of the app. Click “Add to Favorites.” Q: Where do I save my work so I can access it later? A: Set up cloud storage: • Log into Citrix Receiver if you are not already logged in • Launch Microsoft Word • On the upper left-hand side click on “Open Other Documents” • Click “Browse” • If not already expanded, click the arrow to the left of “This PC” or click on “This PC” o Box will be mapped to B: 1. Click on “Box(B:)” 2. When the “Authenticate with Box” windows appears click on “Use Single Sign On (SSO)” below the “Authorize” button 3. Enter in your Yale email address and click “Authorize” 4. Enter in your NETID and password and click “Login” on the CAS page (you cannot hit the Enter button after typing in your password) 5. Click “Grant Access to Box” 6. If you don’t do the steps above in 60 seconds, after authenticating you will receive a popup that says the drive is not accessible. Click ok, then click on the drive again and your files will be available o Dropbox will be mapped to D: o Eli Apps (Yale Google Drive) will be mapped to E: 1. Click on “Google Drive (G:)” 2. Enter in your email address into the “Authenticate with Google” window. 3. Enter in your Yale email address and click “Next” 4. Enter in your NETID and password and click “Login” on the CAS page (you cannot hit the Enter button after typing in your password) 5. Click “Allow” in the “Authenticate with Google” window 6. If you don’t do the steps above in 60 seconds, after authenticating you will receive a popup that says the drive is not accessible. Click ok and then click on the drive again and your files will be available o Personal Google drive will be mapped to G: o OneDrive for Business will be mapped to O: o OneDrive Personal will be mapped to P: • Close Word and log out of Citrix by clicking on the arrow next to your name in Receiver and wait 30 seconds for settings to synch before logging back in Q: Do I always have to work on the same machine? A: No. You can access all of your saved work on any of the machines marked with the “Powered by Citrix” label. Q: Who can I contact for help or if I want apps added? A: Look for a Cluster Tech wearing a lanyard or email us at cluster.support@yale.edu
3-lock data compliant: 
no