Are you looking for a Mac or a PC to work on an assignment? A spot to print a research paper? Rutgers computing labs will help you get your work done in style.
Over 10 labs and print stations are available. Hundreds of PCs and Macs are available in labs located on Busch, College Ave., Cook/Douglass, and Livingston.
The Technology Resource Centers have macOS and Windows computers, as well as resources to help you print posters, 3D print, scan to email, work collaboratively, and much more.
RBHS students can utilize computer centers in New Brunswick and Newark, which offer Mac and PC computers equipped with a diverse selection of software, scanners, and high-speed printers.
Rutgers–Camden supports several computer labs across campus in addition to the Rutgers Student Computer Lab in the Paul Robeson Library, which features a help desk and print stations.
Did you know?
The Office of Information Technology hires 250-plus students for tech support positions each year. The jobs are highly selective, and they provide stellar training, with alums working at Dropbox, Google, NASA, and other top employers. Follow @RutgersIT on Facebook or Twitter to learn about openings.