The Catholic University of America

The Columbus School of Law has two computer labs located on the third floor of the DuFour law library and dedicated computer carrels on the fourth floor.  In total, the law library hosts 42 computers for student use, which are all connected to the internet and network printers.

Access to lab computers is restricted at all times to CUA law students only.  Students must login to the computers using their CUA network ID and password (to reset your network password click here). Students must not save information or documents to these systems as they will delete all documents upon reboot.  Computer Services cannot recover any documents from these machines if they have been deleted.   USB ports are readily accessible on the machines for saving files to flash drives.  Students can also save files to their CUA network space - the "M" drive (listed as a "network drive" in My Computer).

All machines in the computer labs are connected to networked laser printers, which students can use.   Currently, the law school does not charge for printing.  When using Lexis Nexis and Westlaw, please print to the dedicated Lexis Nexis and Westlaw printers in the library.

For more information on the Law Library, please visit their Web site: