Information and Policies
Computer Lab Policies and Procedures
Food and open-top drinks are NOT permitted.
Printing is limited to twenty (20) pages per day for each student.
You can log on using your CSUN username and password.
Set mobile devices to silent/vibrate.
Use headphones when listening to audio.
Skateboards, scooters and self-balancing boards are NOT permitted. Rack locks are available to rent.
Computer usage is normally limited to two hours. Our 2-hour stations will extend to 4 hours on Monday to Thursday after 5 p.m. and Friday–Sunday all day. You will automatically be logged off after being idle for 15 minutes.
For security purposes, personal laptops CANNOT connect to data ports.
All Lost and Found items including data storage devices are subject to search.
The University Student Union (USU) is not responsible for any lost or stolen property, including but not limited to USBs, backpacks and textbooks. Failure to adhere to these Policies and Procedures may result in the loss of Computer Lab privileges.
Coffee drinks with snap on lids (no straws)
Re-usable, hard plastic cups with screw-on plastic lids and straws
Containers NOT Allowed
Fountain drinks with plastic lids and straws
Coffee drinks with plastic lids and straws
Coffee drinks with dome lids
Any cup without a lid
Help Make CSUN More Sustainable
Print Less Paper, Go Green!
Do your part to help make CSUN sustainable by printing your documents two-sided. To align with the campus-wide sustainability efforts, the Computer Lab at the USU is implementing two-sided printing with the default setting of “duplex mode” on all of its printers.
Note: One (1) two-sided page will count as two (2) pages towards your allocation of twenty (20) pages of free printing per day
If it is a class requirement to print one-sided, you can switch back to single-sided printing as follows:
- Click File -> Print
- Click Printer Properties
- Select the Finishing tab on the Printer Properties window
- Uncheck Print on Both Sides
- Click OK
- Click Print
We appreciate your assistance in moving CSUN to a new standard of sustainability.