As a student at Liberty law, you are encouraged to own your own computer. Laptop computers are popular due to their portability, usefulness in class and in exams, and wireless access in the School of Law.
Classrooms are equipped with electrical outlets (two per table) and wireless capabilities to accommodate the use of laptop computers during class. Our requirements include the following:
Consult the Liberty University IT Marketplace for updated recommendations on hardware and software so you can achieve optimum computer performance and network support.
The IT Marketplace can also help with these needs:
The law school offers students the opportunity to type midterm and final examinations in a secured word processing environment using Exam4 software, the same software chosen by the Virginia Board of Bar Examiners for the Virginia bar examination. Exam4 blocks disallowed materials, protects the examination with frequent autosaves and backups, and encrypts the examination file for security. All students who elect to type their examinations must use the Exam4 software. Instructions for downloading, installing, and testing the software are provided by law library staff two weeks before law school exams begin. Exam4 provides a list of supported operating systems.
\\lups01\HP-B&W [for Black & White printing]
\\lups01\HP-Color [for Color printing]
Print jobs sent to HP-B&W can be printed from any student printer on campus, while print jobs sent to HP-Color can be printed from any color student printer on campus.
For all questions pertaining to printers or printing accounts, please call Liberty’s IT Helpdesk at (434) 592-7800 for assistance.
Black & White printer (can also be used to make copies and scan documents to email)
Color printer (print only)
Black & White printer (print only)
Print costs are charged to and billed directly to your Liberty account.
Liberty University is not responsible for print charges associated with the following types of issues: