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Information Technology

The Office of Information Technology is responsible for computing, communications, information and wireless network services for students, faculty and staff throughout the University community.

Information Security and Compliance Computer and Network Use Policy Laptop Program

In addition to overseeing and implementing the Laptop program, Information Technology offers students ongoing technical support. Learn more about technology at St. John's, and the ways Information Technology supports the University's ongoing commitment to preparing students for success in our changing world.

Office of Information Technology
Newman Hall
Queens, NY 11439
718-990-5000

Software Library

A Software Advisory Board (SAB) reviews and processes requests from St. John's University faculty members to add software to be used in a course. Once approved, this software is then made available for use by students and faculty in the computer classrooms and labs.

Information Technology currently maintains over 180 software titles that are distributed to student labs and classrooms throughout St. John's University.

View the listing of software currently maintained by St. John's University Information Technology department for the Windows and Macintosh platforms.

Information Technology maintains the following software titles on the Windows platform:

Program GroupSoftware Title
Accounting ApplicationsAccounting Solutions Software 21st Edition
Accounting ApplicationsACL for Windows Workbook 7.0
Accounting ApplicationsAICPA ReSource
Accounting ApplicationsATB for Windows 3.05
Accounting ApplicationsBisk Total Tape CPA Review 7.0
Accounting ApplicationsCCH Pro System 2001 (Pro System FX Tax)
Accounting ApplicationsCCH Pro System 2002 (Pro System FX Tax)
Accounting ApplicationsCCH Pro System 2003 (Pro System FX Tax)
Accounting ApplicationsCCH Pro System 2004 (Pro System FX Tax)
Accounting ApplicationsFARS
Accounting ApplicationsGARS
Accounting ApplicationsIAS (International Accounting Standards) Release 16
Accounting ApplicationsIDEA 2004 for Windows
Accounting ApplicationsLacerte Tax 2003
Accounting ApplicationsLacerte Tax 2004
Accounting ApplicationsPeachTree 2004
BiologyBIOQUEST 6.0
Business Applications@RISK 4.53
Business ApplicationsAB POM
Business ApplicationsCRSP 2.85
Business ApplicationsEviews 5.0
Business ApplicationsForecast Pro
Business ApplicationsFrontier Analyst
Business ApplicationsIbbotson Software 9.11
Business ApplicationsLindo 6.0
Business ApplicationsProfitania Deluxe
Business ApplicationsResearch Insight (formerly CompuStat) 7.9
Business ApplicationsSAM 2003
Business ApplicationsSAP GUI 6.20 LS
Chemistry ApplicationsCache Worksystem Pro
Chemistry ApplicationsChemWindow
Chemistry ApplicationsMedicinal Case Study on CD-ROM
Chemistry ApplicationsPDB Viewer
Chemistry ApplicationsSCIFINDER 2004
Database & SpreadsheetsMicrosoft SQL Server 2000 Standard Edition
Database & SpreadsheetsOracle SQL Plus 8.0
Education ApplicationsCarmen Sandiego Math Detective
Education ApplicationsLogical Journey of the Zoombinis 2.0
Education ApplicationsThe Factory Deluxe
Internet (email, telnet, ftp, web browsing)Microsoft Internet Explorer 6
Internet (email, telnet, ftp, web browsing)Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 XML Plugins
Internet (email, telnet, ftp, web browsing)Netscape Communicator 7.2
Internet (email, telnet, ftp, web browsing)TELNET
Internet (email, telnet, ftp, web browsing)WS_FTP32
Legal ApplicationsAbacus Law 14
Legal ApplicationsSummation Blaze
Legal ApplicationsTimeslips 11
Library ApplicationsCindex 1.5
Library ApplicationsMacrex 7.18
Library ApplicationsMargaret Thatcher Complete Public Statements 1945-1990
Library ApplicationsMultiTes 8.0A
Mathematical ApplicationsMaple 9.5
Mathematical ApplicationsMatlab 7 Release 14
Mathematical ApplicationsMyMathLab
Mathematical ApplicationsScientific WorkPlace 4.1
Microsoft - Office & RelatedMicrosoft Access 2003
Microsoft - Office & RelatedMicrosoft Excel 2003
Microsoft - Office & RelatedMicrosoft Frontpage 2003
Microsoft - Office & RelatedMicrosoft Infopath 2003
Microsoft - Office & RelatedMicrosoft Picture Manager 2003
Microsoft - Office & RelatedMicrosoft PowerPoint 2003
Microsoft - Office & RelatedMicrosoft Producer for Powerpoint 2003
Microsoft - Office & RelatedMicrosoft Project 2003
Microsoft - Office & RelatedMicrosoft Publisher 2003
Microsoft - Office & RelatedMicrosoft Word 2003
Multimedia - Web DevelopmentAdobe Acrobat Professional - Writer/Distiller 6.0
Multimedia - Web DevelopmentAdobe Illustrator CS for Windows
Multimedia - Web DevelopmentAdobe Photoshop CS
Multimedia - Web DevelopmentDreamweaver MX 2004
Multimedia - Web DevelopmentWindows Media Player 9.0
Multimedia - Web DevelopmentWindows Movie Maker 5.1
Network AssociatesNetwork Associates Anti Virus Scan Enterprise 7.1
Pharmacy Students Only - Web BasedMicro-Medics
Programming LanguagesActive State Active Perl 5.8
Programming LanguagesBlueJ Java
Programming LanguagesBorland Turbo Assembler
Programming LanguagesEclipse IDE
Programming LanguagesG MACS/GCLISP 5.0
Programming LanguagesJava Plug-in Control Panel 1.5
Programming LanguagesMicrosoft MSDN (Microsoft Developer's Network) 6.0
Programming LanguagesMicrosoft Visual Basic 6.0
Programming LanguagesMicrosoft Visual C++ 6.0
Programming LanguagesMicrosoft Visual J++ 6.0
Programming LanguagesMicrosoft Visual Studio - Visual Interdev
Programming LanguagesMicrosoft Visual Studio 6.0
Programming LanguagesMicrosoft Visual Studio.NET 2003
Programming LanguagesNetExpress 4.0 for Windows
Programming LanguagesTextPad 4.7.2
Programming LanguagesWIN Prolog 4.322
Reference DatabasesReference Manager v 11
Statistical ApplicationsAMOS 5.0.1
Statistical ApplicationsMinitab 14
Statistical ApplicationsPhSTAT 2.2
Statistical ApplicationsResampling Stats
Statistical ApplicationsSAS 8.2
Statistical ApplicationsSPSS 12.0 For Windows
Statistical ApplicationsWinRATS-32 Version 5
Utilities (e.g. VirusScan)ZoomText Xtra 8.1

Information Technology maintains the following software titles on the Macintosh platform:

Program GroupSoftware Title
Education ApplicationsKidspiration 2
Kidspiration 3
InspireData
Inspiration 8
mPower 5
Internet (FTP, Web Browsing)Safari 3.1.2
Netscape Navigator 9
Fetch
Microsoft Office 2008Microsoft PowerPoint
Microsoft Word
Microsoft Excel
Multimedia - Video/Image/Web DevelopmentAperture 2
AXELedge
Comic Life
Final Cut Studio 2
GifBuilder
Motion Graphics
OmniOutliner
Preview
QuarkXPress 6.52
Apple iLife Suite
Front Row
GarageBand 4
iDVD 7
iMovie 7
iPhoto 7
iTunes 8
iWeb 2
Adobe Creative Suite 3
Adobe Acrobat Professional Writer / Distiller 8
Adobe After Effects CS3
Adobe Dreamweaver CS3
Adobe Fireworks CS3
Adobe Flash CS3
Adobe Freehand MX
Adobe Illustrator CS3
Adobe InDesign CS3
Adobe Photoshop CS3
Quicktime 7.5.5

Support

Office 365 Installation (PDF)

OneDrive: iCloud Storage (Backup up data) (PDF)

Wireless Printing Setup (PDF)

Connect to Network Drives: (Professor’s Drive, Student Drive) (PDF)

Portable Professor™ Program

The Portable Professor program was named to promote access to technology both in and out of the classroom. This program is available for all faculty members. The workshops provide lessons on use of technology tools in teaching and research. Workshop offerings include numerous topics to engage our students.

Check Out Our Portable Professor™ Emerging Technologies Workshops for all Faculty members!
All Faculty members can continue to take advantage of our Portable Professor™ program. Whether you have participated in our workshops before or are a first-time user, we offer several basic and advanced topics designed to enhance the teaching/learning process.

After you review the Workshops which are currently on the Center for Teaching and Learning page, choose the session you want to attend and self-enroll. Any questions about workshops, call the Help Desk at 718-990 -5000 or email [email protected].

E-Studio
Queens
718-990-5000 [email protected]
St. Augustine Hall (Library) Room 401

E-Studio
The E-Studio provides technology education through workshops conducted by St. John’s University staff. These St. John's University workshops address specific University applications. All workshops are available to all faculty, administrators, staff, and retirees. The staff also provides individual assistance and group consultations for special projects.

The E-Studio looks forward to any opportunity to assist colleagues as we continue to embrace new technology true to our vision, which is linked to the vision of St. John's University. Workshops take place in St. Augustine Hall, Room B3 in Queens. All workshops are available via WebEx.

Visit the St. John’s University’s Guide To Faculty Technology Resources for Technology Resource Information at St. John’s University.

Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., 4:30 - 6 p.m. (By appointment)
Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Contact Information

E-Studio – Queens
(718) 990-5000
[email protected]

Gary Young
Associate Director Academic Tech. and Faculty Support
St. Augustine Hall (Library) Room 401
(718) 990-2095
[email protected]

James Swike
Manager, E-Studio
St. Augustine Hall (Library) Room 401
(718) 990-5914
[email protected]

Louise McKenzie
Senior Training Specialist
St. Augustine Hall (Library) Room 401
(718) 990-1599
[email protected]

Shezhang Wu
Instructional Designer
St. Augustine Hall (Library) Room 401 (718) 990-2763
[email protected]du

Reshma Chan
Senior Analyst
St. Augustine Hall (Library) Room 401 (718) 990-7545
[email protected]

Nicholas Skrotzki
Senior Analyst
St. Augustine Hall (Library) Room 401 (718) 990-5898
[email protected]

Computer Labs

The Information Technology department at St. John's University maintains computer labs on all our campuses and locations. Every computer lab facility is connected to the University network, and all the lab computers are equipped with the latest software titles for Windows and Macintosh platforms.

Designated laptop work areas are available for St. John's students allowing them to connect to the wireless network in most of the St. John's University computer lab facilities. Students can bring in their laptop's and connect to the network, email and use the printing equipment. Both black and white and color printers are available in the computer labs for student use.

You must have a valid St. John's University ID card in order to use all Computer Labs.

Sullivan Lab
Monday–Thursday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: CLOSED

Holidays – Lab Closing

Tuesday, January 1CLOSED
Monday, January 21CLOSED
Monday, February 18CLOSED
Thursday, April 18CLOSED
Friday, April 19CLOSED
Monday, April 22CLOSED
Monday, May 27CLOSED
Thursday, May 30CLOSED

 

DaSilva Academic Center

Richmond County Savings Foundation Technology Center
(718) 390-4498

Normal Hours of Operation

DayHours
Monday - Thursday7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Friday7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

Special/Holiday Hours of Operation
The DaSilva Academic Center is closed on holidays.

  • Check posted schedules for special/reserved lab hours
  • This schedule is subject to change
  • Labs are equipped with a mixture of Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh computers
  • Licensed software is available from any of the computers in the lab
  • Both black and white and color printing is supported in the labs

Check posted schedules for special/reserved lab hours. This schedule is subject to change.

Lab Hours
DayHours
Mon-Thur10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
 9:30 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Fri-Sat10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Sun9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
  • Check posted schedules for special/reserved lab hours
  • This schedule is subject to change
  • Labs are equipped with a mixture of Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh computers
  • Licensed software is available from any of the computers in the lab
  • Both black and white and color printing is supported in the labs

Check posted schedules for special/reserved lab hours. This schedule is subject to change.

Room 240 Lab
DayHours
Mon.- Fri.8:30 a.m. - 9:45 p.m.
Sat.8:30 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Sun.CLOSED

 

Davis Library Lab
DayHours
Mon.- Fri.9 a.m. - 9:45 p.m.
Sat.9 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Sun.CLOSED


Detailed operating hours for the Davis Library can be found online.

  • Check posted schedules for special/reserved lab hours
  • This schedule is subject to change
  • Labs are equipped with a mixture of Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh computers
  • Licensed software is available from any of the computers in the lab
  • Black and white printing is supported in both labs
  • Color printing is only supported in the Room 240 Lab

Classroom Technology

We look forward to providing your classroom and IT special event needs.

More than 90% of our classrooms on the Queens campus are equipped with the latest audiovisual technology, including wireless connectivity capabilities. The professor will find most if not all the resources for her/his lecture at his fingertips. Every podium is equipped with the latest CPU (workstation), Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), DVD/VCR player. We also provide a projector, speakers and screen to enhance your audio visual experience. All of these items are controlled from a single control panel. Every podium has numerous courtesy cables to help you connect your own laptop. An extra LAN wired- connection is provided for the laptop, as well as a USB extension port right on top of the podium for your convenience. Marillac Hall 135 and St. John Hall 111A are equipped with Polyvision Walk-and-Talk technologies. We also provide a videoconference direct link from Queens to Staten Island and the Rome Campus.

Reserve space for your special event, contact Conference Services at extension 7300.

Request a microphone and speaker for your event, contact Facilities Services at extension 6254. Requests for wireless microphones in Sullivan basement classrooms must also be directed to Facilities.

Submit your request two weeks in advance to best serve your IT equipment needs. Since we do not have an unlimited supply of special event support equipment, we can only honor your request on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Classroom Support Group is always striving to make your teaching experience at St. John’s University an enjoyable one. We are committed to service with excellence!

Office Hours
Monday - Thursday, 7:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.   

Classroom Support and Audiovisual Services
Queens Campus
Phone: 718-990-5845
Fax: 718-990-5886

Cisco WebEx

Cisco WebEx is now available to all St. John's University staff, faculty, and students. Use WebEx to hold online virtual meetings for your daily meetings, classes, group work, and even webinars.

There are three Centers you need to know about:

WebEx Meeting Center—Great for daily, weekly, even monthly meetings. Collaborate on group projects, present information, share applications, and collaborate on projects. Streamline your meetings with a centralized space for managing activities and information.

WebEx Training Center— Great for holding training sessions and classes. Deliver highly interactive and effective online training using whiteboards and breakout sessions.

WebEx Event Center— Great for guest speakers and lectures, large communications meetings and webinars. Stage large-scale online events.

Each WebEx center has a unique strength and meets different needs. Choosing the right tool for the job can help you get more done more easily.

DescriptionWebEx
Meeting
Center
WebEx
Training
Center
WebEx
Event
Center
WebEx
Support
Center
Information Sharing
Real-time desktop, application, document, and web browser sharingYesYesYesDesktop and application sharing only
Whiteboards and annotation toolsYesYesYesAnnotation tools only
Video streaming onlyYesYesYesNo
Text chat and Q&A (managed and moderated)Text ChatYesYesText Chat
File transferYesYesAvailable on requestYes
Specialized Features
PollingInstant onlyYesYesNo
Program and campaign management and post-event surveysNoNoYesNo
Lead source tracking and enrollment scoringNoNoYesNo
Registration managementYesYesYesNo
Testing, instant grading, and instructor scoringNoYesNoNo
Breakout sessions and hands-on labsNoYesNoNo
Permissions-based remote controlYesYesYesYes
ReportsYesYesYesYes
Attention IndicatorNoYesYes No
Connection Options
Operating system support (Windows, Mac, Linux, Solaris)YesYesYesYes
Join and attend from mobile devicesYesYes (Some features not available)NoNo
Email OnlyYesYesYesNo
Inbound support requestsN/AN/AN/AClick to Connect, WebEx WebACD
Other Tools and Options
Network-based RecordingYesYesYesYes
Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes integrationYesYesYesYes

Use the Meeting Center when you want to meeting and collaborate instantly with interactive online meetings.

Meeting Center allows you to:

  • Let attendees join meetings on the go with their mobile devices
  • Collaborate face to face with video
  • Share presentations, documents, applications, web browsers and desktops

Need Help?

HowDoI videos can be accessed by going to http://HowDoI.WebEx.com

Use the Training Center when you want to create interactive online training sessions.

Training Center allows you to:

  • Customize registration to gather attendee information
  • Invite panelist to assist and manage an organized Q&A during the training
  • Stay in control of the training by monitoring audience attention
  • Breakout participants into private rooms for group discussion and role-playing
  • Test and grade participants to evaluate the training results
  • Capture and post session recording for self-paced learning and review

Need Help?

HowDoI videos can be accessed by going to http://HowDoI.WebEx.com

Use Event Center when you want to host large-scale, multimedia Web seminars and events.

Event Center allows you to:

  • Customize and automate registration for easy event organization
  • Automate email to organize events from invitations to follow-up

Need Help?

HowDoI videos can be accessed by going to http://HowDoI.WebEx.com

Blackboard

Make Blackboard course available to Students in Blackboard (PDF)

  1. From your course, click on a content folder which you want to add your assignment in.
     
  2. On the action bar, point to Assessments to access the drop-down list. Then select Assignment.
     
  3. On Create Assignment page, type a Name and your instruction.
     
  4. In the Instructions box, you can type in your instruction or attach a file with the instruction. Be sure to remind students to attach any required files to the assignment before clicking Submit. Inform students that their assignments are not completed until they are submitted.
     
  5. Optionally, in the Assignment Files section, you can attach a file with instructions to the assignment using Browse My Computer or Browse Content Collection.
     
  6. Optionally, select a Due Date. Due dates are used to organize and assign gradable items to grading periods in the Grade Center. If a student submits an assignment after the due date, the submission is identified as late in the Grade Center.
     
  7. You can either enter dates and time or press the icons on the right.

How to copy a course in Blackboard (PDF)

  1. Select Packages and Utilities in the Control Panel area of your developmental course (the source course which you want to pull out the content from).
     
  2. Choose Course Copy.
     
  3. In the Select Copy Type area, select Copy Course Materials into an Existing Course.
     
  4. Click Browse to locate the Destination Course ID.
     
  5. Search by Course ID, Instructor or Name/Description to access your course list.
     
  6. Select the button next to the Destination Course ID.
     
  7. Select the items you would like to copy (* If you want to copy all course materials, click on the Select All button under the Select Course Materials.) and click Submit. * You may need to scroll to the bottom right hand side of the screen to see the Submit button. An email will be sent once the Course Copy task is complete. Once this email is received in your St. John’s email account, check the destination course to verify that the selected materials were copied successfully from the original course. If you want to keep all previous posts but want to use the instructor’s name as the author’s name instead of Anonymous, click on the pull-down arrow (see screenshot below) and set the instructor’s name as author when the Set Author of Anonymous Posts window pops up.

    ​If you don’t want these Anonymous posts in your new course, you can delete them easily.
    Select the Anonymous posts which you want to delete.
    Click on the Delete button.

How to Upload a Syllabus to Blackboard (PDF)

  1. Go to your Blackboard Course
     
  2. Select the area in which you want to upload the syllabus, for example the Content Page: Select Build Content and Choose File.
     
  3. Name the item In this case we will name it “Syllabus” [This is the link that the students will click on]
     
  4. Select “Browse My Computer” Remember where you saved the file and navigate to it.
     
  5. Click on the filename and select Open.
     
  6. You will be returned to the Blackboard screen.
     
  7. Scroll up or down (if necessary) and click on the Submit button

How to Create an Assignment in Blackboard (PDF)

  1. From your course, click on a content folder which you want to add your assignment in.
     
  2. On the action bar, point to Assessments to access the drop-down list. Then select Assignment.
     
  3. On Create Assignment page, type a Name and your instruction.
     
  4. In the Instructions box, you can type in your instruction or attach a file with the instruction. Be sure to remind students to attach any required files to the assignment before clicking Submit. Inform students that their assignments are not completed until they are submitted.
     
  5. Optionally, in the Assignment Files section, you can attach a file with instructions to the assignment using Browse My Computer or Browse Content Collection.
     
  6. Optionally, select a Due Date. Due dates are used to organize and assign gradable items to grading periods in the Grade Center. If a student submits an assignment after the due date, the submission is identified as late in the Grade Center.
     
  7. You can either enter dates and time or press the icons on the right.

How to send an Email to your entire class in Blackboard (PDF)

Please login Blackboard and go to the Blackboard course which you want to send email to your class, then follow the steps below

  1. Click on Course Tools from the Control Panel.
     
  2. Click Send Email from the expanded menu.
     
  3. Click on All Users. This will include students, instructors, TAs and Course Builders. There are additional options such as All/Select Groups, All Students Users, and Select Users
     
  4. Enter a Subject and Message. You may also use the Attach a File to send a document to your students but if it is course material, it’s recommended that you post the document in Blackboard.
     
  5. Click the red Submit button at the top right or bottom right.

WEPA

WEPA print kiosks are available at many locations on Queens, Staten Island, and Manhattan campuses.

WEPA allows you to send your print jobs from on- or off-campus to the cloud and then release the print job at any of the kiosks.  You can send your print job from your desktop, laptop, or iOS/Android device.  Or you can print from your USB key at a kiosk. One sided or duplex printing options in color or black and white is available.

The printing can be charged against your Storm Card print allowance or any credit card.

How to use WEPA

In order to send a print job to WEPA, follow the steps below:

  1. Download the driver or App on your Computer or Smart Device
    1. PC: Download Windows Driver
    2. MAC: Download Mac Driver
    3. Android: Download App
    4. iOS: Download App
  2. Once the software is installed, you may proceed to submit a printing job to WEPA.

Submitting a print job using your PC or MAC

  1. Select the file you wish to print.
  2. Using the files Print Menu choose:
    • WEPA-BW or WEPA- Mono for Black and White
    • WEPA-Color for Color Printing
    • DUPLEX Gives you the option to print on both sides of a sheet of paper.
    • NOTE: Letter format (8.5”x11”) is the only supported option at this time. Make sure you format your printing to this size paper.
  3. Click Proceed to submit your print job to the cloud.
  4. When asked for authentication, use your St. John’s Network ID and Password.

Submitting a print job using your iOS Device

  1. Open the document you want to print and select the Open icon in the top right hand corner
  2. Select “Open in WEPA Print”
  3. Login with your St John’s Network ID and Password when prompted by the WEPA Print app
  4. Select the print options and number of copies to print 
  5. Tap “Send to WEPA” to upload your document to the cloud
  6. You will receive confirmation that your file has been uploaded.

Submitting a print job using your Android Device

  1. Open the “WEPA Print” app
  2. Login with your St John’s Network ID and Password when prompted by the WEPA Print app
  3. Select File to print
  4. Navigate to the folder storing your file and open the file to print
  5. Select the print options and number of copies to print 
  6. Tap “Send to WEPA” and the checkmark next to your file name confirming the file is ready to print

Printing your Job

Once you have submitted your job, you will need to have access to a WEPA kiosk which are currently located at the Queens campus to release your print job. 

  1. Visit any kiosk and touch the screen to start
  2. To login you can either:
    • Insert your Stormcard,
    • Six digit release code, or
    • Login with your St. John’s Network ID and password
  3. You will see a list of print jobs available to print
  4. Select the file(s) to print
  5. A pricing guide for the job(s) will be listed at the bottom of the screen.
  6. Select how you would pay to release you job(s). You can select:
    • Stormcard Flex dollars
    • WEPA Card
    • WEPA Account
    • Credit/Debit card (You are charged an additional $0.40 transaction fee if you choose this option.)

Your job will now begin to print.
Note: Once you have selected your payment option the transaction is complete. You cannot stop your print job at this point.

If you see that a kiosk is offline, please proceed to visit another WEPA location.

If you have any issues with your print job, please contact WEPA at 800-675-7639 or visit support.wepanow.com.

CAMPUS

TYPE

BUILDING

LOCATION

Manhattan

Color

101 Astor Place

2nd Fl, Library in Print Area

Manhattan

Color

101 Astor Place

Concourse Level, Lounge

Queens

Color

Dr. Andrew J. Bartilucci Center

Computer Lab, next to Clerical Desk

Queens

Color

Dr. Andrew J. Bartilucci Center

Computer Lab, next to entrance

Queens

Black & White

Carnesecca Arena

1st Fl, Rm 136

Queens

Color

Century Hall

1st Fl, Student Lounge

Queens

Color

D'Angelo Center

2nd Fl, across from Info Desk

Queens

Black & White

D'Angelo Center

2nd Fl, across from Info Desk

Queens

Color

D'Angelo Center

next to Concierge Desk

Queens

Black & White

D'Angelo Center

next to Concierge Desk

Queens

Color

Donovan Hall

1st Fl, Lobby

Queens

Color

Henley Residence

1st Fl, Ave Lounge, left of 707

Queens

Color

Henley Residence

1st Fl, Ave Lounge, right of 746

Queens

Color

Hollis Hall

2nd Fl, Lounge

Queens

Color

Belson Hall (Law)

1st Fl, Library Entrance

Queens

Color

Belson Hall (Law)

Ground Floor, Cafeteria

Queens

Color

Marillac Hall

Basement, Cafeteria, opp 1171

Queens

Black & White

Marillac Hall

Basement, Cafeteria, right of 1444

Queens

Black & White

Marillac Hall

Basement, Cafeteria, left of 1171

Queens

Color

Montgoris Hall

1st Fl, Cafeteria

Queens

Black & White

St. Albert Hall

1st Fl, outside Rm 105

Queens

Color

St. Augustine Hall (Library)

1st Fl, Rm 103

Queens

Black & White

St. Augustine Hall (Library)

1st Fl, Rm 105

Staten Island

Color

Campus Center

Lower Level, Cafeteria

Staten Island

Color

Kelleher Center

1st Fl, Lounge