Computer Lab

Computer Lab: Response to COVID-19

In response to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s “New City Measures to Address COVID-19” (3/15/2020) and the Health Officer Order (3/21/2020), the Computer Lab of the University Student Union will be closed until further notice. Read more about USU facilities & services during COVID-19.

Computer Lab Virtual Programs

Starting on Saturday, May 23, CSUN students can virtually access the University Student Union’s Computer Lab from home every day of the week from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. You’ll be able to utilize Adobe Creative Cloud and Microsoft Office programs at no cost! Need help using a program? You can also learn from the pros with our new Lab Tech Live Support! Find out how to connect with us by visiting the Virtual Computer Lab webpage.


The USU Computer Lab is a professional workspace that offers CSUN students 130 computer workstations (with 19" displays, i7 processors and 8GB of RAM), 20 print stations, 10 scanners and a private Training Lab as well as a wide range of cutting-edge software programs. All students are welcome to use any available workstation to study, print 20 free pages per day or just surf the web between classes.

We’re here so you can print, study and browse or become more tech savvy by signing up for our USU Tech Tips workshops, held right here, at the Computer Lab.

Need Assistance? Our Computer Lab Technicians are ready to help you and answer any of your computer and software related questions in a productive and supportive environment.