Connect with partnering Technology Webstores
Learn about programs and colleges with specific technology requirements.
St. John’s University provides onsite support by Appointment Only to students who have opted into the Academic Computing Initiative during Spring 2020 and prior, as well as to the employees and faculty who have been issued a University laptop.
There are two locations in which support can be found: the Queens campus, and the Staten Island campus.
Wireless printing is available in different locations around the campus, utilizing a couple of platforms.
Download instructions for Microsoft Office, Microsoft Teams, Cisco AnyConnect VPN
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.
St. John's University, New York (the "University") through the Department of Information Technology (IT), provides an array of computing resources to support the instructional, research, and administrative functions of the University, including computing equipment, laptop computers distributed pursuant to the University's Academic Computing Initiative, networks (via wireless and wired access), internet access, computers, terminals, communications networks, printers, software, data files and other relating computing equipment ("Computing Resources").
Frequently Asked Questions concerning the Academic Computing Initiative Program and Laptop Support Center.