Physical and virtual locations where applications are available to USFSP students.
Located in USFSP DAV 107, the Student Success Center helps students develop strong, lifelong learning strategies and skills in a safe and positive environment.
Found at apps.usf.edu, the USF Application Gateway provides access from Windows or Mac to a variety of software applications. You will need to sign in with your NetID.
Located on the second floor of Bayboro Hall, BAY 226, the Campus Computing group supports this lab for use when classes are not in session. The lab is comprised of 32 Dell touchscreen computers.
Ten (10) Apple Powerbook Pro laptops are available from USFSP Library circulation for checkout to currently enrolled students for a three (3) hour interval.
ocated in the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library on the West side of Bayboro Hall, the USFSP Library Information Commons hosts student computers throughout the building in a variety of configurations for single and group use. Laptops are also available for checkout.
Twenty four Dell GX 9010 computers with 22 inch wide screen flat panel screens are available for use as student machines for library instruction and training purposes, and available to students during heavy computing periods.
Fifteen (10) PC laptops are available for checkout within the library building for three (3) hour intervals to USF currently enrolled students.
On the third floor of the library in the southwest corner, a cluster of eight (8) computers are available for enrolled students, in a quiet area.
The USFSP Student Technology Center is located on the North side of the library atrium on the first floor. Closest to the STC are eight (8) computers in the north atrium, three computers on the North wall have cameras for use with Proctorio software.
The USFSP Virtual Computer Lab provides access to university licensed applications from virtual desktops running “in the cloud.”
Emphasizing ArcGIS and ERDAS software, this virtual location is a virtual desktop offered within the USFSP virtual lab environment.
This virtual location is a virtual desktop offered within the USFSP virtual lab environment, for the students enrolled in the course using it.
This virtual location is a virtual desktop offered within the USFSP virtual lab environment, for students enrolled in the course using it.
This virtual location is a virtual desktop offered within the USFSP virtual lab environment. To connect to this desktop, currently enrolled students will need the VMWare Horizon Client and a NetID.