Virtual Desktop

A Virtual Desktop is exactly what it sounds like - a Seattle University computer workstation that can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection and web browser. When you log into a computer lab workstation on campus, you're using the Virtual Desktop. Through the Virtual Desktop you have access to the following:

  • Software
    The Virtual Desktop gives you access to any of the computer lab software. For a list of Virtual Desktop software, please reference the VDI Main Pool document.
  • P: and T: Drives
    Just like a computer lab workstation, you'll have access to your P: and T: Drive files.
  • Printing
    The Virtual Desktop allows you to send documents to the SU print queue. 

Accessing the Virtual Desktop

Seattle University students, faculty and staff can access the Virtual Desktop via the following ways:

Related Support Articles:

Need Help?

Service Desk Hours:
Monday - Friday: 7am-7pm
Weekends: Closed 

Contact the Service Desk: