Information Technology


edu Services labs are available across campus providing Mac and Windows open labs. These technology labs offer a wide range of technology facilities including Advanced Video, Audio, 2D & 3D Modeling & Animation, Research & Statistics and MS Office software and hardware, private editing suites and recording studio spaces with microphones and lighting gear, specialty scanners (oversized, slide, film, & drum), and graphic, modeling & fashion design applications.

Available To

  • Degree or Credit-Seeking Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • CE students may use available computers in the classrooms when classes are not scheduled (see additional information).


Hours of operation for campus technology labs will vary. Please refer to Lab Hours schedule for details of specific lab locations.
Access to Parsons East Labs is limited to select programs of Parsons School of Constructed Environments


Various labs are available across campus. Review the Technology Lab Spaces (doc) to determine which technology lab is most appropriate to your specific technology needs. Use the Software Configurations (doc) list to find stations with specific software installed.


Please be mindful of the following Files Storage & Workflow recommendations when working in the labs.

  • Each station has its own hard disk storage on the desktop called Work in Progress. (On PCs, My Computer> D drive).
  • Move or save files from your removable disk, Drop Box, or email into Work In Progress before you begin working.
  • Always open files from and save to the Work in Progress Drive.
  • Save frequently to Work in Progress as you work. Back up files on your disk when you’re done.
  • If you need disk space, delete old files from Work In Progress. edu Services is not responsible for files left on Work In Progress.
  • NEVER OPEN OR PRINT FILES from removable media (USB flash, CD, etc.) or the Drop Box. If you do, your computer may crash and your files may become corrupted. Removable media is for backing up work and moving it from one computer to another.
  • Drop Box is a shared folder connected to all stations in  Information Technology labs. Use it to move files from one station to another.
  • In Windows or Apple Dock Menu, click to select Drop Box. It then appears on the desktop. (On PCs, My Computer> Z Drive)
  • The Secure Drop Box works the same as the Drop Box, except it is exclusive to you when logged in to a lab station with your NetID and password.
  • Drop Box contents are automatically deleted every morning at 11:50am.  

Getting Started

Use your NetID to login to technology lab workstations. If you do not know your NetID, look up your NetID or Reset your Password at You can find more details on our Getting Started Tip Sheet


IT Central
72 Fifth Avenue, Lower Level
8:00 am - 9:00pm (Mon - Thu)
8:00 am - 7:00pm (Friday)
9:00 am - 5:00pm (Saturday)
212-229-5300 xHELP (4357)
email –
IT Central Portal –

Submit a Support Request

Additional Information

Continuing Education/Non-Credit students have access to the following computing resources:

  1. "Express Stations" for checking email or web browsing. Here is the public list of Express Station Locations
  2. Classroom computer stations for additional access to the same software available in the computer labs. Classroom computers may be used when classes are not scheduled and they default to auto-login upon machine start up.

Safety & Courtesy Tips

  • Always back up your work to removable media (CD, DVD, USB flash drive, FireWire, etc).
  • edu Services is not responsible for any missing or damaged files, media or personal belongings, or for sensitive personal data stored on any workstation.
  • Remember to LOG OFF when you are finished with the station. If you are working in a classroom please restart the station.
  • No Food or Drink is allowed near the computer stations.
  • Please be considerate with phone conversations and audio volume.