Read about the types of public computer stations in University
at Buffalo computing sites.
Cybrary stations, Assistive stations, Express stations and Quick
Connect computers share the same core set of powerful academic
Assistive stations are wheelchair-accessible and have specialized software in addition to the standard academic software.
Cybrary stations are a standard, non-specialized computer station at UB, with a common array of software for academic use.
Express Stations are located in some computing sites and are configured to allow 15 minute sessions.
Library research stations are available in all University Libraries and have a limited selection of software.
Linux stations feature Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system, a base suite of software, and an enhanced set of software for certain majors.
Use your UB Quota or Campus Cash to approve (release) your print jobs at one of the Print Release Stations, available at many computing sites.
Quick Connect computers are in convenient locations on stand-up tables for students traveling around campus.
Scanning stations have a flatbed image scanner attached and include image manipulation software.