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College of Engineering IT

Computer, application, and IT support are available at our TechZone@Falvey, located in Falvey Library Main Floor, Monday-Friday (9AM-5PM).

TechZone@Commons Monday-Thursday (9am-10pm), Friday (9am-8pm), Saturday-Sunday (2pm -5pm)

All incoming Engineering Freshmen and Transfer students are expected to own or purchase a Microsoft Windows based laptop computer.

How do I access the Engineering Shared Drives and map them to my machine?

You may learn how access and map shared drives by clicking here

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How do I obtain a copy of Microsoft Office?

This is available for free by using your MyNova user id and password at the following link

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What PDF reader should be installed on my computer?

Students may download the latest release of Adobe Reader at the following link.

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What media/video player should I install on my computer?

The College of Engineering recommends students installing the latest version of VLC media player.  This can be located and downloaded here.

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How do I access the gateway?

If you are requiring an on-campus IP address when off campus you may learn to use our gateway by clicking here

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How do I access vDesktop?

If you wish to learn about and access vDesktop; our Virtual Desktop environment; click here

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Printing on Campus:

  • Lower Level of Drosdick Hall
  • Drosdick 104
  • Tolentine B2 Computer Lab
  • Falvey Library
  • Bartley Print Center
  • Donohue Hall
  • St. Mary's Hall
  • Driscoll Hall

Click here for instructions

For Assistance:

Engineering applications are available:

  • Online via vDesktop, our virtual desktop service
  • Kiosks in Tolentine B2, Drosdick Hall 104, Lower Level of Drosdick Hall