Request Academic Software – Asbury University
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Each academic lab is updated annually with a current software image to enhance learning and support program objectives. I.T. Services maintains frequent conversations with academic departments and faculty about their software-related needs, and adjustments are made throughout the year to meet those needs.

The largest influence that faculty have on this annual software cycle, is the input that they give during the creation of the software list for the academic computer labs each Spring.

Requests for Academic Software for the 2019-2020 Year will open on March 1st, 2019. If you have a current need, please contact I.T. Services by email helpdesk@asbury.edu

Questions should be directed to Andrew Miller, the Help Desk and Learning Resources Manager.

Including as much of the following information will help us support program objectives and learning outcomes:

  • Software Title
  • Software Company Name
  • Projected Cost
  • Software Licensing Information
  • Labs Requested for Software Installation