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IT Services: General Access Computer Labs

Lane Library and Learning Commons

The Lane Library has general-use computers available. These computers are available during library hours of operation.

Science Center Room 129

Science Center Room 129 has general-use computers available. The open hours vary. Please check with School of Computing for availablity.

Applications on Lab Computers include:

University Hall 112 Lab

University Hall 112 Computing Lab houses PC workstations. UH112 serves as both a general-purpose computing lab and an instructional technology classroom. This lab is equipped with 42 student and one instructors' workstations, as well as an InFocus LP725 overhead projector.
Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m.-10 p.m. (when not reserved by faculty)
Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. (when not reserved by faculty)
Saturday: Closed

Applications on Lab Computers include:

Printing Services

All enrolled Armstrong students have a student print account that will allow each student to print 110 pages at no charge to the wepa stations.This service requires students to use their PirateCard to release their requested print jobs. At the beginning of each semester, all enrolled students will receive 110 pages of printing which will appear on their PirateCard as Print dollars. Once the Print dollars have been used, students can add Pirate Cash to their PirateCard to continue printing at the wepa stations.

Need Help?

Contact the IT Services Helpdesk via email at or call 912.344.2518.

Issues using your PirateCard should be directed to the PirateCard Office located in Student Union, Room D245. Contact the PirateCard Office via phone at 912.344.3292 or email at


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