This webpage was last revised on September 10, 2021.
AUBG student computer system is an integral part of the University system. It is intended to meet the student needs for computer communications and services. All computers for students in the labs are connected in a computer network providing also access to Internet.
Depending on the installed software packages and the type of access, there are three types of computer labs in the AUBG:
- General purpose computer labs are those labs where general usage software is installed. All AUBG students may use them on a “first come - first served” basis.
- Dedicated computer labs. Software packages for the various majors
are installed there. Access to them is not limited in any way, but good will and mutual understanding between students from the various majors is expected.
- Special computer labs. These labs are intended to meet special needs
of specific courses taught at AUBG. Only students taking such courses are granted access there.
|Advanced Multimedia Laboratory||MB||119||General computer lab||6|
|Business Lab||MB||121||General computer lab||9|
|Center for education in Business Management and Logistics||MB||14||Dedicated computer lab||18|
|Computer Labs in Skaptopara 1||Scapto 1||1026||General computer lab||9|
|Computer Labs in Skaptopara 2||Scapto 2||2122||General computer lab||10|
|Computer Labs in Skaptopara 3||Scapto 3||3000||General computer lab||9|
|COS Lab||BAC||204||Dedicated computer lab||16|
|Economics Lab||BAC||201||Dedicated computer lab||12|
|Information systems||MB||02||Dedicated computer lab||13|
|MAC Lab 1||BAC||101||Special computer lab||12|
|MAC Lab 2||BAC||103||Special computer lab||12|
|Registers||ABF||General computer lab||6|
|Scientific Lab||Scapto 2||4||Special computer lab||4|
|Sound Studio||Scapto 2||2057||Special computer lab||1|
|Specialized Software Lab||MB||116||Special computer lab||10|
|Writing center||ABF||241A||General computer lab||4|
Note: The Office of Computing and Communications
reserves the right to change the configuration and accessibility options of available operating systems, as well as the login procedures in the computer laboratories, consistent with current needs and possibilities.