vLab, or Virtual Lab, is the name for The University of Georgia's virtual desktop environment (VDI), which allows students, faculty, and staff to access computer lab resources and applications from work and personal devices anywhere, at any time.
Compatible devices can access a full desktop, complete with such applications as Microsoft Office suite, MATLAB, EndNote, and SPSS.
Sessions can be transferred from one device to another simply by opening vLab elsewhere.
Who Can Use vLab?
Anyone with a valid MyID can access the vLab.
How Do I Access vLab?
The vLab is available via two methods:
- Any device
- Select computer labs on campus, such as the Miller Learning Center.
The vLab service is available at http://vlab.uga.edu.
You can access vLab directly through your web browser at if:
- You are accessing vLab on a desktop computer
- You wish to save your files to a cloud service, such as OneDrive or use wepa to print
You should install and use Citrix Workspace if:
- You are accessing vLab on a mobile device
- You wish to save your files to a local drive or print to a local or network printer
What Software is Available on the vLab?
For the most current list of software available to use on the vLab, please visit the EITS website.
What Are the Supported Operating Systems?
The vLab service supports all of the following operating systems and mobile devices: