Computers in the Learning Commons

Accessing the Computers

A Network Services ID (NSID) is required to access the Learning Commons computers. If you do not know your NSID and/or password, please bring photo ID to any one of the following locations:

  • Murray Library Student Computing Service Desk
  • Health Sciences Learning Commons Student Computing Service Desk
  • ICT Service Desk in room 70 of the Arts Building
The U of S Learning Commons computer labs are a joint initiative of the U of S Library and the Division of Information and Communications Technology. It is a perfect place to start an assignment, find expert advice, share expertise with others, and to learn.

Software Packages

A variety of software applications are available in the learning commons; however, all software applications may not be available in all locations.

College computer labs may have additional discipline-specific software applications available.

Remote Access (

Need to use the software after Learning Commons closing hours? Check out remote software access using

Reporting a Problem

To report a technical problem with the Learning Commons computers, please contact the ICT Learning Commons Service Desk.