Computer Lab at Towers III

Computer Lab at Towers III

The Knights Plaza Tower III computer lab is a convenient way for honors students who live there to have access to: free black and white printing, color printing (limit 10 per day), internet access, and great software!

  • Contains 18 workstations, which are 3.2 GHz computers with 8 GB RAM, 19" Ultra Sharp flat panel monitors with USB, 512 MB video card, CD-RW Drives, DVD-Rom Drives, and a 250 GB HD.  
  • Honors students get exclusive use of this computer lab. Lab monitors check IDs with an integrated student database system. Only Honor students who live in Towers 3 have access to this lab.
  • There are lab monitors on duty during lab hours.
  • All of the computers are running Microsoft System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection for virus and malware protection. They also run Windows 7 64-bit and the Macs run OS 10.5.
  • Software programs include AutoCAD, SPSS statistical software, Office 2010 including proofing tools for over 50 languages, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe CS5, Adobe Premiere Elements, and Math Cad.
  • Free printing is available to students.
  • Color printer for up to 10 copies a day

Golden Knights Plaza Tower 3 (T3) room 233 now use the UCF network ID (NID) for single sign-on authentication. This means that in order to use a computer in either lab, you must know your NID and NID password and use that information to log on. Your NID and NID password are also what you’ll use to authenticate to the secure UCF wireless services (UCF_WPA and UCF_WPA2) and to access some computer labs outside of The Burnett Honors College.

As a benefit of leveraging the UCF NID for logon, students are now able to store documents on a central server, accessible from all computers in The Burnett Honors College computer labs, as well as those computer labs on campus that are set up for NID authentication. That central location is the default save location for most applications and is also accessible via the T: drive in Windows.


Please take this time to reset your NID password if you have not already done so. Your NID password can be reset by going to the UCF NID Password Self Service page. If you do not know what your NID is, you can find it by going to the UCF NID Lookup page.