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ITS maintains a variety of facilities and service locations on campus in support of NYU faculty, staff, administrators, and students. See below for an overview, and browse the menu at the left for a map and details about each location.
- The IT Service Desk
- ITS Computer Labs
- The Digital Studio
- Data Services
- Advanced Media Studio
- Hands-on Computer Classrooms
- NYU's Global Sites
- Assistive Technologies
IT Service Desk
The IT Service Desk at 10 Astor Place, 4th floor, is the first point of contact for technology services and help from Information Technology Services, providing support for the NYU community in the use of computer, email, and Internet-related services, including NYUHome. For information about hours and contact information, see the IT Service Desk page.
ITS Computer Labs
ITS computer labs – which include Academic Technology Centers and CoLabs – are open to all NYU students in degree or diploma programs, NYU faculty and staff, and individual holders of Coursework or Individual Lab Access Accounts. For information about obtaining these accounts, please see ITS Accounts. Please bring your NYUCard with you, as you will be required to swipe it when you enter either type of lab.
ITS Academic Technology Centers offer specialized and advanced technology resources and assistance for your course-related work and research. These include high-end Macintosh and Windows systems, NYU Print Service stations, DVD drives and related equipment, a wide variety of up-to-date software, and high-speed connections to the Internet, and NYURoam wireless access. Additional resources at the two large, modern technology centers include flatbed scanners; audio, video, and image editing; web and print publishing; and staff to assist students in the use of the labs and other ITS resources.
ITS CoLabs are a special kind of lab designed for student collaboration, where you can use a public computer or bring your own, and work individually or with others. In addition to NYURoam wireless access, these two ITS CoLabs offer public computers (dual-boot Mac and Windows) with web browsers, Microsoft Office software, and high-speed connections to Internet resources; NYU Print Stations; and areas for individual and collaborative work.
For information about each lab's location and facilities, see the ITS Computer Labs page. For information about NYUHome stations (public computers) around campus, see www.nyu.edu/its/homestations (many of these locations also appear on our Map of ITS Locations).
The Digital Studio
The Digital Studio on the fifth floor of Bobst Library, South Wing, is a collaborative facility of ITS and the Libraries, and is NYU's gateway to digital services supporting scholarship and teaching. Digital Studio staff are available to provide consultation to NYU faculty and advanced scholars. For more information about available services and to request an appointment, see the Digital Studio website.
NYU Data Services, a collaborative effort of ITS and the NYU Libraries, provides expert consultation and resources in research methods, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and statistical analysis for NYU students, faculty, and research staff. For more information, see the Data Services section of the NYU Libraries website: http://nyu.libguides.com/dataservicestudio/.
Advanced Media Studio
The Advanced Media Studio on the second floor of 35 West 4th Street provides archival printing, laser cutting, rapid prototyping, and other advanced media services to the NYU community. For information about accessing these services, see the Advanced Media Studio website.
Hands-on Computer Classrooms
ITS offers hands-on computer classrooms on both the Macintosh and Windows platform. For information about reserving a classroom and assistance with using these resources, see the Hands-on Computer Classrooms page.
NYU's Global Sites
Each ITS computer lab offers a variety of assistive technologies for students with disabilities. For details, and links to other assistive resources on campus, see the Assistive Technologies page.
Page last reviewed: October 17, 2014