Mac and Linux Labs are also available at USQ Toowoomba and USQ Springfield. If you are unable to access any of the computer labs, please contact Security.
Where are the labs located?
USQ Toowoomba offers Windows, Linux and Mac computer labs for students to use. Opening hours are 8.00am - 6.00pm (Monday to Friday). These are located at:
- D112 and D113 (Linux)
- D114 (Cisco Lab)
- L109 and L110
- Q248 and Q251 (MAC)
- Q247, Q253, and Q256
- Student Hub*
* The Student Hub computers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Access to these computers is gained from the Northern or Southern doors of R block.
USQ Springfield offers Windows and Mac computer labs for students to use. These are located at:
- A106 (A1CL1)
- A110A (24 hour access)
- A408 (Dual boot windows/Linux and Cisco Lab)
- A417 (MAC)
- A513 (A5CL1)
- A515 (A5CL2)
- Library Lab
- B130 (MAC)
- B153 (Learning and Teaching Support)
USQ Ipswich offers Windows computer labs for students to use. These are located at:
- H209, H311, H315 - available when the Library is open
- I207 – 24 hour access
Guidelines for acceptable use
Please follow the below guidelines when using the University's computer equipment:
- don't breach copyright regulations
- don't play games on the computers
- don't take food or drink into the laboratories
- don't smoke in the laboratories
- don't litter in the laboratories
- don't make undue noise in the laboratories
- don't disturb other users
- don't use the on/off switch to reboot
- don't let unauthorised users into the laboratory
- don't provide access to unauthorised users
- students with a booked time slot should first inform anyone occupying their booked PC that they have a valid booking
- students who fail to vacate when requested will be subject to Student Discipline Policy for General Misconduct Policy and Procedure
- students must adhere to the Acceptable use of ICT Resources Policy.
If you discover any equipment with a fault, please report the fault to the ICT Service Desk so that it may be fixed.
Use legitimate software only
Unless otherwise stated, duplication of any software supplied by the University constitutes a breach of copyright regulations.
Illegal or swapped software (including DOS) may not work on our computers. Programs can harbour viruses which infect computers, consequently destroying your files and those of subsequent users.
Computer lab maintenance schedule
The 24 hour computer lab’s maintenance is carried out between the hours of 12:00am (midnight) and 6:00am on a staggered schedule with half of the machines in each laboratory being carried out on Saturday night and the other half undertaken on Sunday night.
If you are using a computer which is scheduled for maintenance at this time, a 5 minute warning notice will appear. Once the warning notice appears, you must save your work as the computer will be unavailable during the maintenance time frame.
All other general computer laboratories have a daily maintenance period between 12.00am (midnight) and 6.00am across all campuses.