LSC-University Center Computer Labs
Students may be issued computer accounts through the university in which they are registered. The LSC-University Center computer lab and library are available to all students registered for LSC-University Center courses.

Login credentials (a username and password) are required to access workstations in the building and also the Wifi network on mobile devices. LSC-University Center partner university students can obtain these credentials from either the LSC-University Center Librarian or from the librarians in the LSC-Montgomery Library in building F

Library Services
LSC-University Center Library is located behind the elevators on the third floor in Room 300 (936-723-7562). A full-time reference librarian is on duty Tuesday through Saturday. Library hours are Monday-Friday from 8 am to 8 pm, and Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm. The library is closed on Sundays.

Library resources include:

  • 68 computer workstations
  • Internet access
  • Wireless internet
  • Access hundreds of research databases
  • Microsoft Office
  • Photocopier
  • Laser printers
  • Scanners
  • Pleasant, comfortable study setting
  • Access more than 45,000 books online right now through the NetLibrary database!
  • Access full-text, on-line versions and 20-years-worth of scholarly journals, magazines, and newspapers.

Each partner university's online library services are easily accessed through the LSC-University Center library web page. Reserve materials, when provided by individual instructors, are kept in the library office. Reserve materials are available for copying or reading in the library. 

Requesting Special Accommodations
The partner universities of LSC-University Center are equal opportunity educational institutions. Accommodations on the basis of disability are available from the Centers for Students with Disabilities at each student's "homeuniversity. Please inquire in the LSC-University Center Student Services Office (936.273.7510 or 936.321.4500 or email -- hours) for assistance with processing these requests through the "home" universities.