Workstations in Unity Computer Labs

OIT's Unity computer labs are equipped with PC and Macintosh workstations. Each workstation provides Internet access, a wide variety of software applications, and access to university computing resources. For more help with workstations at NC State, see:

Lab Workstations/Software

OIT uses Dell and Apple computer hardware in its Unity labs. Each PC workstation is equipped with a 19" LCD flat-panel monitor, along with DVD-RW/CD-RW optical drive and easily accessible USB ports. Mac users will find each lab equipped with at least one 17" or 20" Intel-based iMac.

Each workstation is installed with an assortment of commonly-used commercial and freeware applications, including current versions of Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, Web browsers, instant messaging clients, mathematics and modeling packages, GIS and map software, and much more.

OIT does not provide Unix workstations in Unity labs, but you can access Unix resources via through the Virtual Computing LabThis link will open in a new window. In addition, some campus departments provide Unix and Linux workstations.

Printing

Printers
Each Unity Lab is equipped with at least one black and white printer.  Some labs may also have a color printer available.  These printers are provided by WolfCopy and are configured to use the WolfPrint service.  

Cost
The current charge for printing in the Unity Labs is $0.06 per page to a black and white printer and $0.25 per page to a color printer.  Duplex printing and 11x17 (where available) are both charged at $0.12 for black and white and $.050 for color. 

You must have funds in your AllCampus account or existing print credit in PaperCut in order to print.

Additional Information
Visit  WolfPrintThis link will open in a new window to learn more  about printing in Unity labs.

Logging Out

Remember to always log out of your account when you finish a computing session. If you don't log out, other users will have access to your account, file space, print quota, and email.

Log out by clicking on the Logoff or Log Out icon on the desktop screen for Windows or Macintosh workstations.