Information Technology Services

Computer labs

Computer accounts

Student computer accounts allow access to UFV computers and network files while on and off campus. Access to any computer on all campuses is restricted to currently registered UFV students.

  • Your username is your student ID number located on your Campus Card.
  • Your password will be the same as your myUFV password.

Computer use policy

Appropriate Use of Computing and Network Resources (14) is the policy that governs your use and access to UFV computers and network. When using computers, please follow any posted rules or regulations in labs and report inappropriate computer use to IT Services.

Please, also be aware of UFV's copyright rules when photocopying.

Remote connection

UFV Students can now connect remotely to computer labs, allowing them to access campus resources from home. This tool is not to be used to conduct synchronous classroom sessions on lab computers, it is designed to provide periodic, intermittent access to lab computers and associated software.

View our user guide to learn how to access UFV computer labs when you are off-campus:

Unsure which lab to connect to? Visit Computer Lab Software to view a list of software available to UFV Students and the lab location to connect to.

Real-time availability

A computer is considered available if it’s powered on, connected to the internet, and not in use by another student. The dashboard randomizes the computers that it shows to students to spread the load out and prevent two students from trying to use the same computer at the same time. Unavailable computers are not displayed. 

You do not need any special technical knowledge to use this tool.


As this tool is provided by a 3rd party, IT Services is only able to provide support on a limited and best-effort basis. Our internal testing has shown that the best experience is provided by using a Windows-based laptop\desktop PC or Mac running current operating systems. Use of the remote access tool on other devices, such as tablets, iPads, or other mobile devices is not recommended.

Modified Computer lab hours - as of April 2020

 Abbotsford D226 lab hours
Fall / WinterSummer
Monday to Friday 7:00am - 5:00pm Monday to Saturday 7:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday 8:00am - 5:00pm Saturday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday Closed Sunday Closed
 Abbotsford G210 lab hours
Fall / WinterSummer
Monday to Saturday Closed Monday to Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed Sunday Closed
 Abbotsford G181 lab hours
Fall / WinterSummer
Monday to Saturday Closed Monday to Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed Sunday Closed


Chilliwack A1202 lab hours
Fall / WinterSummer
Monday to Friday 7:00am - 5:00pm Monday to Friday 7:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday 8:00am - 5:00pm Saturday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday Closed Sunday Closed


Mission D226c lab hours
Fall / WinterSummer
Monday to Saturday Closed Monday to Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed Sunday Closed

How to print in computer labs

  1. Send your print job from the computer you are logged into.
  2. Go over to the nearest print station. Note: You can access your print job from any lab with a print station.
  3. Insert student card.
  4. Enter your student number.
  5. You will see a list of your print job(s) on the screen. Select the print job you wish to print.
  6. Click on print. Your print job will be sent to the printer and money will automatically be deducted from your student card.

Reload your campus card

You can print or photocopy using your Campus Card. Load money to your card at the Campus Card office, Library PHIL station or the Abbotsford or Chilliwack UFV Bookstore.

Student jobs as IT lab monitors

IT Services lab monitors take part-time shifts in the fall and/or winter semesters at the Abbotsford G210 drop-in lab as well as at the Abbotsford and Chilliwack library labs.

In the summer semester, limited shifts are available at the Abbotsford G210 lab.

Learn more about the IT Computer Lab Monitor position and application process.

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