Information Technology provides various Technology Labs across campus. The below list of Technology Labs details locations and site specific technology tools, services, and features.

Arnhold Hall Labs

55 West 13th St

Building i - 55 West 13th St, 8th & 9th Floors
Contact: 212.229.5300 - ext. 4550

About:

Due to COVID-19 only these services are available.

  • Mac and Windows open lab, computer & presentation classrooms - by Reservation* only

  • Advanced Video, Audio, Web & Print Design, 2D & 3D Modeling & Animation, Research & Statistics and MS Office software and hardware available

  • Self-help, online reservation for select facilities

  • Specialty scanners (oversized, slide, film, & drum)

*IMPORTANT HEALTH ADVISORY: To prevent the risk of virus transmission from building to building, individuals who reserve spaces for studio/task time in buildings outside Arnhold Hall will NOT be permitted to reserve time in the computer lab at Arnhold Hall.

These services are unavailable due to COVID-19.

  • Classrooms open to Continuing Education & Non-credit students when classes not in session
  • AV Recording Studio with microphones and lighting gear

  • Private editing suites

 

University Remote Lab

About this Service 

Remote Lab is a 24/7 service and allows students and faculty to remotely connect to the lab computers from off-campus. Academically relevant software is available on over 300 computers in the Remote Lab.

Software Availability

Remote Lab

Available Software

Windows Stations:

D701,D708, D707, D1131, UL107, E208A, E300A

  • Adobe Creative Cloud

  • Autodesk AutoCAD

  • Autodesk 3ds Max

  • Autodesk Revit

  • SketchUp Pro

  • AGi32

  • Rhino
  • V-Ray Next for Rhino, 3ds Max, SketchUp Pro

  • SolidWorks

  • KeyShot

  • ArcGIS

  • SPSS

  • Mathematica

  • R

  • R Studio

Windows Stations:

D706

  • Avid Pro Tools

  • Avid Sibelius

  • Adobe Creative Cloud

  • Autodesk AutoCAD

  • Autodesk 3ds Max

  • Autodesk Revit

  • SketchUp Pro

  • AGi32

  • Rhino
  • V-Ray Next for Rhino, 3ds Max, SketchUp Pro

  • SolidWorks

  • KeyShot

  • ArcGIS

  • SPSS

  • Mathematica

  • R

  • R Studio

Macintosh Stations:

D602, D605, D607, D703, D1109, UL106, UL101, E208A

  • Adobe Creative Cloud

  • SketchUp Pro

  • V-Ray Next for SketchUp Pro

  • SPSS

  • Mathematica

How to Access The New School’s Remote Lab

1) Open a browser* and enter The New School’s Remote Lab address:
https://remotelab.newschool.edu/#/
Enter your New School NetID and password and click “Login.”
*Note: We recommend using the Google Chrome browser when
using The New School’s Remote Lab.

Guacamole Login

2) Under “All Connections,” click the + sign in “Windows Remote Lab” folder to find
a computer station.

Recent Connections

3) Click the station’s name to connect to remote desktop (in this case it is D701-02)

All Connections

4) Enter your NetID and password to log in. Now you can start using the computer in the Remote Lab

Remote Lab Desktop

File management in The New School’s Remote Lab

In The New School’s Remote Lab, please save your file to the “Work In Prog-
ress” drive. NOTE: Remote Lab computers do not support flash drives.

Work In Progress Drive

When you are finished with your work, back up your files from “Work In Prog-
ress” to your cloud drive, e.g. Google Drive, Dropbox, Amazon Drive, etc.

Note: We recommend using your New School Google Drive since it can handle large
files and it has a large storage quota.

Connection Timeout

You can use a computer in the Remote Lab for up to 3 hours. You will receive a warning message 10 minutes before timeout. All unsaved work will be lost after the connection is terminated. Please back up your work to your cloud drive before you get disconnected.

System Requirements

Remote lab is supported on any desktop or mobile operating system with an HTML5 compatible browser, with the exception of Safari. Internet access is required with at least 25 Mbps speed.

Remote Lab Tipsheet

http://tiny.cc/nsuremotelab

Innovation Center

This location and services are unavailable due to COVID-19.

Building D - 6 East 16th St, 6th, 7th, 9th, 10th & 11th Floors6 East 16th St

Contact: 212.229.5300 ext.3777

About:

  • Integrated with drafting tables

  • Laptop Checkout 
  • Hands-on computer and presentation classrooms

  • Plotting, color printing & oversized scanners

  • Specialty stations for the visually impaired

  • Wireless Scanning 

  • Huddle Spaces with Air Media Display 

  • Flexible Classroom Projection Display 

  • Photography Classrooms

  • 4k Resolution Television Monitors 

 

Parsons East Technology Lab

This location and services are unavailable due to COVID-19.

25 East 13th St

Building E - 25 East 13th St, 2nd & 3rd Floors
Contact: 212.229.5300 ext. 2961

About:

  • Exclusive to specific Parsons SCE majors

  • Plotting, color printing & oversized scanners

  • Lab complements nearby traditional studio spaces

 

The University Center

This location and services are unavailable due to COVID-19.

63 Fifth Ave.

The University Center (63 Fifth Ave.) features four computing classrooms in the basement level (C1). You are welcome to use the computers when classes are not in session. Also, the Library (6th fl.) has laptops available for checkout.

For printing, please visit room 432 at University Center; in addition, the 5th floor at University Center has wireless printing capabilities.

There is also a self service Laptop Checkout Kiosk located on the 5th floor available to students.