Computing Sites

UB provides lots of technology-packed spaces to help you get your work done.

Public Computing Sites

Students study in a computing site.

More Places to Use Technology

Students share a screen in a Collaborative Learning Space.

Looking for some peace and quiet? Schedule a room to collaborate with classmates.  Problems wtih the space? Stop by the circulation desk.

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Computer Science and Engineering students.

Departmental Workstations

Depending on your major, you may have access to additional software and workstations. Lucky.

Updated November 2018.

Common Questions

Can Alumni use computers in computing sites?

Alumni can log into Library Research Stations but must get a courtesy borrower/library research station access card.

Bring your UB Alumni membership ID to the library circulation desk. Library Research Stations do not have productivity software, such as Microsoft Office. Alumni do not have printing privileges.

Alumni within 6 months of their their degree conferral date can also log into Cybrary stations with their UBITName and password.

I think software is missing from the computer I'm using?

You are probably at a special station, such as a Library Research station or a Print Release station. These stations have a limited amount of software and are designed for specific uses.

Where can I use hardware designed for people with disabilities?

Wheelchair-accessible assistive stations, outfitted with software meant to assist people who have disabilities (including screen reading software, text enlargement software and software that types what you dictate orally), are present on both campuses.

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