Summary of Services
Academic Computer Labs
- Asbury University has one general-purpose “open” computer lab and seven instructional labs that are available to all students. These labs are open on schedules determined by the building they are located within.
- 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 course-required software.
- Lab computers are running either Mac OS X or Microsoft Windows operating systems.
- Both color and black/white printers are available in our computer labs as well as flatbed scanners.
- For more information about our computer labs please Click Here
- Asbury University has a campus-wide data network connecting all classrooms, offices and dorm rooms to the Internet.
- Wireless networking is available in all residence halls, the Kinlaw Library, the Student Center, most classrooms, Johnson Cafeteria and the Bistro.
- Asbury employs a web content filtering system to restrict access to inappropriate content on the campus Internet.
- Asbury requires all members of the community to sign in through Network Access Control.
- Each student is given 200MB of server space to store their files on the campus network.
- During New Student Orientation each student is provided with instruction how to access campus network resources.
- Asbury University provides a Cable TV outlet in every classroom, office, and dorm room (one per room).
- Students must provide their own TV for their dorm room, if they wish to have one. Residence Hall lobbies each feature a large screen television for community use.
- The cable TV system includes a directory channel (channel 2.1), 6 local analog channels, 76 digital channels (many of them HD), and includes a variety of campus information channels (WACW Radio, Learning Resources Announcement Signs, Chapel Broadcast etc).
- A listing of campus television stations can be found by clicking here.
Asbury ID Cards
- University ID cards are utilized for many things on campus, including dorm access, meal plans, Luce Center access, and library privileges.
- Asbury University ID Cards are provided to New Students and Employees during their first orientation.
- Lost or stolen ID Cards should be reported to Help Desk as soon as possible. Any ID reported as lost or stolen will be immediately disabled by Help Desk personnel.
- Replacement ID cards are $11 and may be obtained by visiting the Help Desk during normal business hours.
- Damaged ID cards may be replaced by visiting the Help Desk during normal business hours.
- Asbury University provides over 50 classrooms equipped with a variety of technology designed to enhance the teaching and learning experience.
- Additional technology may be obtained by contacting the Learning Resources office in Kinlaw Library.
- In addition to classroom spaces Learning Resources provides sound support and technology to internal and external groups. Two weeks notice (in writing) is required for all requests. For more information please contact Learning Resouces
For more information please read the Information Technology Services FAQ.
Please feel free to call the Information Technology Services Help Desk at 859-858-3511, ext. 2177 if you have any questions about technology at Asbury University.