Printing services are available campus-wide for students, faculty, and staff through Uniflow, a print management application.
Each student is allotted a semester print quota of 600 pages. Printing on both sides of a sheet counts as one page. The implementation of print management aims to minimize waste. While most students stay within the 600-page limit, additional pages can be purchased at the Library Circulation Desk: $1 for 20 pages or $5 for 100 pages.

Quotas are reset at the beginning of each semester.

Watch a video tutorial on how to use campus printers by Clicking here.


Belmont Abbey College has several computer labs that are accessible to students, faculty and staff.

List of Labs

Name Location Equipment
Stowe Lab RSH 214 22 Windows computers
Sacred Heart Lab MCA 106 22 Windows computers
Carter Center Library Upstairs 11 Windows computers
Library Lab Library Upstairs 30 Windows computers
WGS Mini Lab WGS 111A 4 Windows computers
Tutor Lab Library Downstairs 4 Windows computers
Psychology Lab WGS 105 3 Windows computers
Physics Lab WGS 106 4 Windows computers

Report A Problem

Users should report any malfunction, concern, or violation of policy within the labs to IT. Click here to contact us.


Computer viruses and other forms of malicious software, collectively known as ‘malware,’ pose a significant threat in our heavily used, high-volume labs. To mitigate this risk, IT has implemented various precautions across campus computers. Virus detection and removal software is installed in all labs and multimedia classrooms. If you suspect that a lab or classroom computer has been infected, please promptly report it to IT. Click here to contact us.

Configuration of Labs

The Academic Computing Subcommittee oversees the configuration of labs, including software installation and workstation setup. They determine the software to be installed and the configurations to be implemented. IT executes the directives of the Academic Computing Subcommittee.

Request for Configuration of Labs Changes

To request changes in the configuration of a lab, including software installation, please contact the Academic Computing Subcommittee. This committee comprises elected representatives from each division, ensuring comprehensive oversight of all lab-related requests. Their role includes assessing the impact of changes across sponsoring areas and facilitating necessary approvals. The Academic Computing Subcommittee serves as the central authority for managing these requests, empowering IT to implement approved changes effectively.