Open Access Computer Labs
Welcome to the UTHSC Open Access Computer Labs! ITS provides computing and printing services for students in the General Education Building rmB110 and in the Student Alumni Center rm314. The ITS department wants this to be an effective and efficient study environment for all of our student body.
Each student is given 6000 pages in free print quota to use during the duration of his or her program. If a student exceeds their quota, then that student will be charged 5 cents per page. Students will be billed for overages and may make payment in the Bursar's office or online via Banner. Payments are due before graduation or registration respectively for graduating or returning students.
Should a student interest group or fraternity also want to take advantage of printing, then they may request an organizational printing quota via the Online HelpDesk . Any student group or fraternity must already have a recognized directory entry, i.e. a netid. If your organization needs a netid then submit a Request to add a Campus Organization to the Online Directory. The form must be submitted and approved before requesting a printing quota. Students may also visit our Lab FAQs page for common technical solutions.
Request a Print Refund
Printer error? Document smudged or damaged? Our apologies. Please use our Reporting a Print Issue and Requesting Print Credit form. Students are always welcome to review printing history and quota status on our Print History page.
We value your comments concerning our lab operations. Positive and negative feedback helps us target ways to better serve you. You can contact the Computer Lab Manager, Camielle Smith, either by email at email@example.com or phone (448-1408).
Locations & Hours
- B110 GEB
- Room 314 SAC
The labs are open 24 hours, 7 days a week.
The computer labs close in observance of Thanksgiving and Winter Holidays.
Pick up any phone in the computer labs for technical support from the Helpdesk during business hours. To report a technical issue after hours, please use Footprints, our digital issue tracking system. Any emergencies, technical or otherwise, should be reported to Campus Police, 901-448-4444.