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, one in Smith Hall, and one in Harris Hall. In the Memorial Student Center, UCF maintains the Marco’s Computer Lab. Support for these facilities is provided by the UCF staff at the Study Center Desk in Drinko Library and can be contacted by calling 304-696-3249.
For inclement weather closure of the Drinko Study Center, refer to https://www.marshall.edu/it/inclement-weather-procedures/
In addition to the Study Center, the first floor houses the remainder of the Drinko Learning Commons area, and 4 Study/Team Rooms. This area includes Mac and Windows computers for general use and areas to study individually or as a group. Also, located on the first floor is one of our training room, DL138. DL138 is a training room with an instructor station that can display from the instructor’s PC, a laptop, or from an overhead projection slide. Drinko’s Second Floor contains individual-use Windows computer stations, 10 Study and Team Rooms, one large Collaboration Room, and a Pharos Printing Station, located by the elevators. There is a quiet reading area and a team collaboration area.