Jumpstart your digital educational journey with tools to create boundless possibilities for your in-person, online, hybrid, or remote learning experience.
Before the semester begins, test your devices and internet capabilities. Make sure you can access course materials and communicate with your instructors.
A limited number of Apple and HP laptops are available for students to borrow through the technology loan program.
Get Internet Service
The Affordable Connectivity Program is a U.S. government program that helps eligible households pay for internet service.
Access a variety of free or discounted software to use on your device.
Use your device to connect to a remote desktop to access software via RebelApps.
Visit a computer lab on campus to access software you need for coursework.
Reserve a study pod or room for online classes or individual work in the Lied Library.
Access library materials
Access library resources online or Gartner's IT-related insights to complete research and class projects.
Collaborate with classmates
Work with your classmates in real time by using Google Workspace tools like Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides.
Share files with group members
Use Google Drive to store your own files, while a shared storage space is perfect for group projects. Google Drive allows you and others to access documents on any device.
Chat with group members
Communicate with classmates by instant messaging in Google Chat or hosting virtual meetings in Google Meet.
Increase business, creative, and technology skills
Visit LinkedIn Learning to find thousands of on-demand courses and instructional videos that are led by experts.
Practicing good security habits is key to protecting you and the university from cyber attacks. Follow these Smart Computing guidelines.
The IT Help Desk can provide technical assistance for these remote services.