Computer Labs

Any student who is registered in a course at Douglas College may use campus computer labs. You will need your Campus Network Access (CNA) credentials to login to the lab computers.

Lab Locations

New Westminster Campus Coquitlam Campus Anvil Office Tower 

Room 6212

Room 6212 an open lab that is always available for students to use during lab operating hours

Room A2270

Room A2030 Room A2110 Room A2130

Room B2190

Room D2010 Room D2012

If you require access to these labs, please ask your instructor or contact Security.

8th Floor

Room 807

Room 808

Room 809

Room 816

Room 5105 Room 5107 Room 5109 Room 5111

Room 6105 Room 6107 Room 6109 Room 6111

If you require access to these labs, please ask your instructor or contact Security.


Lab Operating Hours

New Westminster Campus Coquitlam Campus

Monday to Friday

7:00am to 10:30pm

Monday to Friday

7:30am to 10:30pm


7:00am to 7:00pm


8:00am to 5:30pm


8:00am to 6:00pm



When using any campus computers, always remember to log out when you have finished your session. If you do not log out, the next person using the same computer will have access to your account. Also note that you can only be logged into one campus computer at any given time, so forgetting to log out will mean not having network access on any other campus computer.


Any work you do on campus library or lab computers should be saved to an external media device such as a USB flash drive, as files cannot be saved directly to college computer drives. You can purchase USB drives from the College Bookstore.

Alternatively, you can attach files to an email message and send the message to your personal email account.

Coping with Version Incompatibility

The software on Douglas College computers may be of a different version from the software on your home computer. This may present difficulties when you try to open files. The best way to deal with such problems is to save your file as the older version, which is an option available to you in most applications.

To save your document in a different format:

  1. Select File > Save As
  2. Give your document a filename
  3. Click the down arrow to the left of the Save as type field for a drop-down list of program versions
  4. Select a version from this list
  5. Click Save

Are you unsure what file format you should choose? Save your document in Rich Text format (RTF) or as a plain text (TXT) file.


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