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Computer labs at UVic

University Systems provides general use computer labs for drop-in and classes. Our facilities include resources for students and instructors like printing, specialty equipment, and study spaces.

Hours & locations

Location Front desk Mon-Fri Sat-Sun Holidays
Business & Economics Building (BEC) BEC 165 8am-6pm 10am-6pm Closed
Clearihue lower floor (CLE) CLE A025 8:30am-6pm Closed Closed
Clearihue main floor (CLE) CLE A112 8am-10pm 10am-10pm 10am-6pm
Human & Social Development Building (HSD) HSD A140 8:30am-4pm Closed Closed
McPherson Library (LIB) LIB 034J Occupied Closed Closed

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Other labs on campus

McPherson Library

There are general use drop-in computers located throughout the Library building.

  • Papercut printing is available

Faculty of Engineering Computer labs

Located in the Engineering Lab Wing and Engineering & Computer Science building
  • These labs are restricted to Engineering students and instructors
  • Papercut printing is available

SIM Labs

Located in the Fine Arts Building in FIA 215 and FIA 236
  • These labs are restricted to students in Fine Arts courses
  • Papercut printing is available

Faculty of Education digital studios

Located in the MacLaurin Building in MacD211, MacD282, and MacA323
  • These labs are available for general drop-in outside of scheduled class hours
  • Papercut printing is available

Geography Geomatics labs

Located in the David Turpin Building in DTB A249, DTB A251, and DTB A253.
  • These labs are restricted to students in Geography courses

Territorial acknowledgement

We acknowledge and respect the lək̓ʷəŋən peoples on whose traditional territory the University of Victoria stands, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day. 

Service provided by University Systems

University Systems provides IT services for UVic. Our department serves a diverse client base including students, faculty, staff, and world-renowned researchers. We work together to deliver technical support for the university's learning, teaching, research, and administrative activities.

You can learn more about University Systems by visiting our service catalogue.

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