Library Computing Services

Boyce Centennial Library offers a variety of hardware, software, and copy/print services to our patrons to help them in their study and research.


Fifth & Broadway has provided three multi-function copiers for patron use in the library: a black & white multi-function copier on both the main and second floor, as well as a color multi-function copier located on the main floor.  Furthermore, students may submit their documents to Fifth & Broadway for printing via web form.  See Productions Services for more details.

To perform any function on a copier, you will need to login with your SBTS student (Moodle) / staff username and password. Patrons must pre-pay Fifth & Broadway Campus Store in order to print or copy. Tiered pricing is available.

If you need assistance with any of the copiers, please notify the Research Hub or Circulation Desk.


You will need to login to the copier to use this function.  Copy costs are the same as printing.


You will need to login to the copier to use this function, however, there is no cost for “Scan to Email” or “Scan to USB” services.


from Library Computers

Documents sent to the Library-BW printer are able to be released on either the 1st or 2nd floor B/W copiers.  When printing from a library computer, you will be asked to provide your Moodle user name and password.  The print job will not print, nor will you be charged, until you release it on one of the copiers.

To release a printout, login on the copier (where you sent your document) with your Moodle username and password to see your sent jobs on the touch-screen display.  You may choose to print all your documents in the queue, or individually select which print jobs to release in order to see its details, such as number of pages, document title, and estimated charges.

from Personal Computers


The Library has two computer clusters for patron use. Clusters are located on the main floor (3 PCs) and the second floor (18 PCs). All PCs are equipped with USB ports for flash drives, an Internet connection, a headphone connection, and a line-in connection for a microphone.

OPAC computers are located throughout the library. These machines are for the purpose of quickly looking up a title using the online catalog. OPAC computers are not to be used for checking email, social networking, or other non-research related activities. They are not equipped with any word processing software and they are not connected to a printer.

The microfilm reader on the main floor is attached to a Dell PC with scanning software so documents can be quickly scanned. If you are having trouble with the reader or the PC, please notify the Research Hub. The microfilm PC is to be used only for reading and scanning microfilm/microfiche documents.


All library computers are equipped with the following software:*

• Microsoft Windows
• Microsoft Office Professional (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher)
• Windows Media Player
• Adobe Acrobat Reader

The following software packages are also available on certain PCs:

• Adobe Acrobat Pro (Second Floor PCs: 210-212)
• BibleWorks (Second floor PCs: 210-218)
• Journal of Biblical Counseling (Second Floor PC: 209)

*The OPAC and microfilm PCs only have software installed necessary to perform the tasks to which these machines are dedicated.