University Computing Facilities

University Computing Facilities (UCF) provides technology learning spaces throughout Marshall University’s Main Huntington Campus. Our facilities provide an assortment of learning spaces that range from general individual use computer stations to computer lab classrooms.

Our main and largest learning space is Drinko Library, which includes the 24-hour Study Center, three floors of individual use computing stations, multiple Study, Team and Collaboration rooms and two Training Rooms with laptop computers.

UCF maintains four computer lab classrooms, two in Corbly Hall and one in Harris Hall and Smith Hall. In the Memorial Student Center, UCF maintains the Marco’s Computer Lab and the E-Post office. Support for these facilities are provided by the UCF staff at the Study Center Desk in Drinko Library and can be contacted by calling 304-696-3249.

Drinko Library

Study Center
First Floor
Second Floor
Third Floor

The Drinko Study Center is located on the north side of the first floor of the Drinko Library. The Study Center contains 45 individual use Windows computer stations, a visually impaired technology room, a scanning room and a Pharos Printing Station. The UCF assists desk is located inside the Study Center.

In addition to the Study Center, the first floor houses the remainder of the Drinko Learning Commons area. This area includes 12 Mac and eight windows computers for general use and areas to study individually or as a group. Also, located on the first floor is one of our two training room, DL138. DL138 is a training room with 29 Windows laptop computers, an instructor station that can display from the instructor’s PC, a laptop, or from an overhead projection slide.

Drinko’s Second Floor contains 20 individual use Windows computer stations, 10 Study and Team Rooms, two large Collaboration Rooms and a Pharos Printing Station, located by the elevators. There is a quiet reading area and a team collaboration area.

Drinko’s Third Floor contains 50 individual use Windows computer stations, 11 Team and Study Rooms, a large Collaboration Room and a Pharos Printing Station, located by the elevators. Also on the third floor, is the second training room, DL 349 which has 30 Windows laptop computers, an instructor station that can display from the instructor’s PC, a laptop, or from an overhead projection slide.


Corbly Hall
Room 330
Room 332

Corbly Hall 330 is a computer lab classroom that has 40 Windows computers for students to use and one instructor station. The instructor station can display to a projector from the instructor’s PC or a laptop. The instructor station is also equipped with a touch screen monitor. This class room can be reserved for classes but is open for general student, facility, and staff use when not reserved.

Corbly Hall 332 is a computer lab classroom that has 47 Windows computers for students to use and one instructor station. The instructor station can display to a projector from the instructor’s PC or a laptop. The instructor station is also equipped with a touch screen monitor. This class room can be reserved for classes but is open for general student, facility and staff use when not reserved.

Harris Hall
Room 440

Harris Hall 444 is a computer lab classroom that has 26 Windows computers for students to use and one instructor station. The instructor station can display to a projector from the instructor’s PC or a laptop. This class room can be reserved for classes but is open for general student, facility, and staff use when not reserved.

Smith Hall
Room 532

Smith Hall 532 is a computer lab classroom that has 29 Windows computers for students to use and one instructor station. The instructor station can display to a projector from the instructor’s PC or a laptop. This class room can be reserved for classes but is open for general student, facility, and staff use when not reserved.

E-Post Office
The E-Post Office is a small lab designed for patrons to quickly check e-mails and print items. It is located in the Memorial Student Center near the entrance for the book store. The E-Post Office has 6 Windows computers in it with a Pharos Printing Station.
Marco's Computer Lab
Marco’s Computer Lab is a general use computer lab with 20 individual use Windows computer stations. It is located in the basement of the Memorial Student Center. This lab is not open for reservations and is always open for general use by students, facility, and staff. Macro’s has a Pharos Printing Station located inside of the lab.

For more information


Contact Drinko Study Center
(304) 696-3249