Announcing a new Roadrunner tech resource
MSU Denver students will soon have access to use specific software packages in the new online Virtual Lab.
May 31, 2018
Beginning this summer semester, Metropolitan State University of Denver students will have access to a new, virtualized environment where they can use specific software programs for free.
The Virtual Lab, built on the Citrix platform, can be accessed using a computer that is physically connected to MSU Denver’s network or via devices connected to the “MSUDenver” secure wireless network. Numerous software programs are already available, including Adobe Photoshop, Mathematica, Minitab, Adobe Acrobat Pro and the Microsoft Office Suite. Additional programs will be added over time.
A current list of the available software programs and instructions for accessing this environment are available on the Virtual Lab Environment webpage.
If you would like to request additional software or if you have any questions, please contact the ITS Helpdesk at 303-352-7548 or support.msudenver.edu.