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Computer Labs available for student use

Computer Lab

Computers Available

Lab 2819* (Instructional Lab)

30 Computers

Lab 2821

16 Computers

Lab 2813b (Business Lab)

4 Computers

Lab 1826 (Engineering)

30 Computers

Lab 1249* (Library Lab)

19 Computers

Lab 1015* (Science Wing Lab)

19 Computers

Lab 1851* (Wiseline Web Lab)

12 Computers

Lab 1819 (Learning Center)

6 Computers

Lab hours are posted outside the labs.

* Subject to classroom session and/or reservations


Printers available for student use are as follows:

Computer Lab

Printers Available

Lab 2819 Color Printer
Lab 2821 Color Printer
Lab 2813b Color Printer
Lab 1826 Color Printer
Lab 1249 (Library) Color Printer
Lab 1015 Color Printer
Lab 1819 (Learning Center) Color Printer

Each student starts with $15.00 of printing credits. Depending if the page is in color or black/white or if it is a duplex page will determine cost. Your money will go back into the budget that pays for the printer maintenance and supplies. Your tuition only covers $15.00 of printing per semester; additional printing credits can be purchased at the campus business office.

You can check your balance by going to http://papercut.fox.uwc.edu:9191. This will ONLY work if you are on campus. For more information on papercut please view our PaperCut Tutorial

It is your responsibility to monitor your account and to purchase more pages at the Business Office when you see it is getting low.

Using the campus wireless

Wifi Name



UWC-BYOD Faculty/Staff Access Use your staff username and password
UWC-Students Student Access Use your student username and password
UWC-Guest Guest Access Once connected, check "agree" box and click Submit

Printing from Wireless

Printing from wireless is not available. Please print from any one of our lab computers.

Wireless coverage and locations:

Wireless access should be available throughout most of the campus with exceptions of the field house.

If you have any problems connecting please visit CASE in the library or call 920-832-2672.


Digital Signage (VBBS)

The Digital Signage system at UWFox exists to inform UWFox students and staff and visitors to the campus about campus-related events or activities.   Non-campus events will not be posted.  Events held by off-campus groups but held on the UWFox campus are acceptable.

A VBBS tutorial and template can be found here.


  • Remember digital signage is like a billboard along the highway.  Viewers have only a few seconds to glance at, read, and comprehend all the content presented.  Too much content is a problem.  Rarely will people stop and read it.  Less is more.
  • Think headlines. Complete sentences are rarely necessary.
  • Remember, content is visible to a wide range of audiences of all ages and backgrounds.  Good taste matters.
  • Content should be submitted to FOX-CASEAnswerDesk@uwc.edu at least 24 hours prior to the event.  Please allow sufficient time for review and the possible return of content to submitters if revisions are necessary.
  • Along with the content to be posted, identify the beginning and ending day of the content. Typically the end date is the day of the event, e.g., “January 1 through January 8”.
  • Content may be submitted as far in advance as you like.  The system has the ability to house but not display content until the specified begin show date/time occurs.
  • UWFox reserves the right to ask submitter to modify submitted content. UWFox also reserves the right to reject submitted content. 
  • UWFox reserves the right to program content to appear on specific days/times.
  • UWFox reserves the right to immediately suspend these guidelines and/or displayed content in the event of an emergency.


Static Images (aka Slides)

Technical specifications:
            Aspect ratio: 16 x 9 (ie. 1920x1080 or 1240x720)
            JPEG or Powerpoint slides acceptable formats


  • Display period is typically 10 days prior to day of scheduled event
  • Exceptions to display period rule would be events such as “enroll for fall/spring/summer classes”  or ongoing public programs such as Barlow, WESM, etc. so long as they conform to all other guidelines
  • 1 event per slide
  • No two slides in the rotation should be for the same event
  • No two slides should look alike.  (e.g. Book Fair had the same template for each author hosted on campus)
  • Slides should conform to rules of good composition (good contrast, easy to read fonts, suitable font sizes, etc.)
  • Pictures/backgrounds permissible
  • Slides may not appear in a designated sequence.
  • Avoid use of
    • multiple logos ( e.g. U for You! and UWFox logos should not appear on same slide)
    • years (e.g. 2015) in dates.  Use instead the form “Monday, May 11.”
    • for questions call/email
    • URL’s
    • Words like “Attention Student” or “Important Notice”



Technical specifications:

    • MPEG-2
    • 1280x720
    • 29.970
    • Video: 5,000,000 bps
    • Audio: 128 Kbps
    • only 720p.
    • Audio levels must be consistent in volume, avoid extreme soft or loud in as much as hallway monitors don’t adjust.
    • Video must be trimmed to first image/last image


  • Spots may vary in length (do not have to conform to 15/30/60 second broadcast durations), but no longer than they need to be.  Tight editing means greater viewership.
  • Use of copyrighted material is prohibited unless written prior consent has been furnished along with video file
  • Static graphics in video must conform to static image requirements (composition, content, etc.)


  • Video will be programmed at discretion of UWFox IT to air once every 100-300 cycles of static images.