General Lab Information
All students are given engineering accounts at the beginning of each semester when class rosters are processed for the labs. These engineering accounts require the users' NetID as their username and a password that is particular for this account and not related to their general NetID password (required for access to myRutgers, ScarletMail, etc.). If a user forgets their password, they may change it by going to https://soekrb.rutgers.edu/ while connected to the Rutgers network. If a student does not have an account, the student must reach out to their professor to see if the professor has submitted their roster to ECS for processing. If the student still does not have an account or is not currently in a class and needs an account to access the computer labs, please go to room EN-B124A during the Fall and Spring semesters for further assistance.
Faculty and staff may also use the computer labs and will need engineering accounts to do so. If a faculty or staff member does not currently have an engineering account, they may stop by room B124A during the Fall and Spring semesters or submit a support ticket at https://ecs.rutgers.edu/support/open.php.
Additionally, the engineering account is used to access engsoft.rutgers.edu, dsv.rutgers.edu (an alias for engsoft.rutgers.edu), and our web server coewww.rutgers.edu.
No food or drinks are permitted at any time in the computer labs.
While classes are in session, students that are not enrolled in the class may use the desired lab ONLY with the instructor's permission. Please be mindful and respectful of other users and the lab equipment at all times.
Those looking to reserve time in the computer labs (DSV, EIT, or RWH), please email Heather Finer.
Lab equipment (workstations and accessories, printers, etc.) must NOT be tampered or manipulated. If you need assistance, always reach out to one of our team members in room EN-B124A.
Rutgers has a general policy regarding the use of computer facilities on campus that everyone is expected to follow. Please refer to them below.
In the computer labs that offer printing (EIT, DSV, ECE, BME), all users are provided, each day, a twenty (20) page printing quota (10 sheets of double-sided paper, or 20 sheets of single-sided paper). Users can check their quota and request for a temporarily increased quota by using the buttons provided below: