Virtual Desktop

A Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is a Seattle University computer workstation that can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection and a web browser. Seattle University's Virtual Desktop comes with state-of-the-art specialty software preinstalled.  

  • 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 Software List.
  • T: Drive
  • 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:

Albers

GMetrix Skills Management GMetrix Test Resource Manager
Palisades Decision Tools (@RISK)  

Biology

Circuitscape Vortex10

Chemistry 

ChemDraw Prime MestReNova

Computer Science

ChemDraw Prime MestReNova
Anaconda Alice
     Anaconda Navigator Inkscape
     Anaconda Prompt  Microsoft Expression Web 4 
     Jupyter Notebook  Microsoft Expression Web 4 SuperPreview 
     Reset Spyder Settings MySQL Workbench 
     Spyder NetBeans
Notepad++  ScratchUmlet
WS_FTP95   

Electrical Engineering

Modelsim NI Launcher
NI Multisim 14.2 NI Ultiboard 14.2

Library

Alma SU-Primo
Refworks - Write-N-Cite Plugin for Word  

Math

MATLAB Wolfram Mathematica

New and Continuing Studies 

Git GitHub Desktop
Node.js Visual Studio Code

Nursing

Self Service Zoom

Psychology 

GPower

For a pdf list of Virtual Desktop software, please reference the VDI Main Pool document.

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Monday - Friday 7:00am-7:00pm

Weekends - 9:00am-4:00pm

206-296-5571 

servicedesk@seattleu.edu 

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