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Virtual Computing Lab

The Virtual Computing Lab (VCL) helps students and faculty in meeting educational objectives by providing maximum availability and flexibility, via a web based virtual computing interface. VCL is configured on a cloud computing platform; enabling students and faculty virtual access to lab and classroom software typically only available while on campus in a lab or via individual software purchase and installation.
If you are using the VCL from off campus, you will need to connect using Georgia State’s VPN.

Please Note: At this time, VCL is targeted only for specific classes with specialized software (SAS 9.2, SPSS 20, Matlab 2013a, R 2.13.1, PyDSTool, IBM Rational, and ArcGIS 10.1).

Get Started

If you are off-campus, you will need to connect with the VPN before logging in. Use your CampusID and password to log in.

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  • Availability 24/7/365 (except for weekly maintenance every Friday, from noon to 5:30 PM)
  • Internet accessibility from anywhere in the world
  • Stabilized platform that ensures software, application, operating system and browser compatibility

Support

 
The place students go for wireless help on campus: Walk-Up Help Desk in Aderhold, Room 023. Get the scoop on wireless via @GSUTechnology