Summary of Services
Academic Computer Labs
- Asbury University has one general-purpose computer lab and seven instructional labs that are available to all students, though most elect to use their own computers.
- Students are provided free access to a wide variety of software in the computer labs including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Access, web browsers, email, and any class-required software.
- Lab computers are running either Mac OS X or Microsoft Windows and all are equipped with DVD burners.
- Both color and black/white printers are available in our computer labs as well as flatbed scanners.
- Asbury University has a campus-wide data network connecting all classrooms, offices and dorm rooms to the Internet.
- Wirless networking is available in all residence halls, the Kinlaw Library, the Student Center, many classrooms, Johnson Cafeteria and the Grille.
- Internet access is available from all wireless and network ports on campus.
- Asbury employs a web content filtering system to restrict access to inappropriate content on the Internet.
- Every student is given server space to store their files on the campus network.
- Each student is required to attend an Information Technology Services' Network Orientation session.
- Asbury University provides a Cable TV outlet in every classroom, office, dorm lobby and dorm room (one per room).
- Students must provide their own TV and coax cable.
- The cable TV system includes a directory chanel (channel 67), 5 local analog channels,7 local HD channels, 46 Dish Network channels, and a variety of campus information channels (WACW Radio, Learning Resources, cafeteria info, etc.).
- Asbury University provides local telephone service for all students living in campus residence halls.
- One telephone extension is provided in each dorm room. Students must provide their own telephone to be used in their room (one phone per room), and activate their phone line through Help Desk.
- One voice mailbox is provided for each extension (dorm room).
- Local calls are free. Long distance calling cards are available at the University bookstore and from local retailers.
Asbury ID Cards
- The Information Technology Services Help Desk issues University photo ID cards to all students and employees.
- University ID cards are utilized for many things on campus, including dorm access, meal plans, Luce Center access, and library privileges.
- If a University ID card is reported lost or stolen then it is disabled to prevent unauthorized use. An $11 fee is charged to replace ID cards.
- Asbury University has a wide variety of classroom equipment to enhance the teaching and learning experience.
- Student government, class leaders, and outside organizations are encouraged to make reservations for any equipment needs for Asbury University campus events at least two (2) weeks in advance.
- Students who wish to purchase copies of video or audio tapes, CD's, or DVD's of special Asbury University events may place their orders through the Learning Resources office. Chapels, Fall Revivals, Holiness Conferences, Missions Conferences, and the Staley Lecture Series are some of the recordings that are most frequently requested by students.
For more information please read the Information Technology Services FAQ.