Physical Computer Labs
FGCU's campus has several computer labs for student and public use to access the Internet, send and receive email, use class specific software, and the Microsoft Office Suite. The labs are designed to assist you in completing homework assignments and other tasks related to furthering your educational goals.
Virtual Computer Labs
Virtual seating is limited and available first-come, first-served. Please see the Real Time Usage Maps for seating availability.
[Students:] FGCU's virtual computer labs were established to give you a convenient way to access course-specific software on your own Mac or PC based laptops - or iPad or Android Tablets - from anywhere! These virtual labs offer you an alternative to physical labs for completing homework assignments and other tasks related to furthering your educational goals.
[Faculty/Staff:] In addition to using the Faculty Virtual lab (see Virtual Lab Configuration #4 below) you can also connect remotely to your computer in your office and all applications installed on it! For assistance connecting to your office computer remotely: click here!
How to Connect
- Make sure your Mac or PC based laptop or iPad or Android Tablet is connected to the internet
- Download and install the VMware Horizon View Client
- Launch the VMware Horizon View Client
- Type "vlab.fgcu.edu" for the connection server and click connect
- Enter your FGCU Network Credentials (same you use to log into the physical computers on campus) and click login
- Select the virtual lab you want to connect to and click connect
- When finished please log out of windows as if it were a physical computer
Lab 1: General w/Maple (All Students)Toggle More Info
Lab 2: General w/ SAP (All Students)Toggle More Info
Lab 3: Engineering Lab (Engineering Students Only)Toggle More Info
Lab 4: Faculty (CoB and Engineering Faculty Only)Toggle More Info
Lab 5: CIS Lab (CIS Students Only)Toggle More Info
Lab 6: Music Lab (Music Students Only)Toggle More Info
Lab 7: Spa Lab (Spa Students Only)Toggle More Info
Computer Classrooms allow faculty to engage in hands-on instruction. Each classroom is equipped with a multimedia podium and projection system that allow the instructors to use many forms of audio, video, print, and/or computer material.
The following classrooms are equipped with 25 or more student work stations.
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