Reserve a Computer at Seattle Central's Computer Lab

In-person access to computer labs: Seattle Central is offering workstations and Wi-Fi access for students in the Seattle Central Computer Lab, BE3148 at the Broadway Edison Building. Students must reserve the stations in advance using Starfish. Reservations are for one-hour blocks Summer quarter 2021, Tuesdays between 10 am to 2 pm, with only 15 students in the room at a time. Before coming to campus, students must check in using this access form. Students must wear a mask and follow social distancing/heath/safety protocols.


The IT Services and Auxiliary Services departments have collaborated to provide our students workstations and access to wifi in the Seattle Central Computer Lab.  Our computer lab is in room BE3148 which is located at the north end of the third floor, in the Broadway Edison Building.

Workstations will be reserved in one-hour blocks and students will have access to a desk, computer, and campus Wi-Fi for personal devices.  We can accommodate 15 students in each one-hour block. The spring 2021 quarter schedule for appointments is as follows:

Closed during quarter breaks

10:00am-2:00pm (appointments available at 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm)

Students can make reservations through Starfish. Simply log into Starfish here.  Find the Computer Lab – Central option in My Success Network and follow the prompts to reserve your workstation in the lab.

Starfish login requires an active MySeattleColleges account and a current password.  You may find more information about your MySeattleColleges account here and you can also visit our MySeattleColleges credential management tool here

If you experience any issues with Starfish or your MySeattleColleges account, please contact the IT Help Desk: 206.934.6333 /

*IMPORTANT*:  Before coming to campus, students must check in using the College Student Access Form here.  Students are required to wear a mask and expected to abide by all college social distancing/heath/safety protocols. No Tutoring Services are available.

We hope this service is helpful to all our students as we continue to navigate higher education during the pandemic.  Stay safe and healthy!