Computing and Printing

Technical assistance for University-owned computing hardware and peripherals. Hardware procurement and surplus disposal. Support for computing facilities such as computer labs, classrooms, and conference rooms.

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While the Office of Information Technology works hard to ensure that nothing goes wrong on your computer, it's probably a good idea to know some best practices relating to the usage and maintenance of the computer.

Nearly all office computers on campus are tied to our central network. You should log into these computers with your NetID to ensure that you get the latest updates, and that necessary security policies are applied so that you can access resources such as network storage or your email.

Information for those looking to purchase an office computer or printer, surplus an old computer or its parts, and research the status of your computer warranty.

Network printers, Canon SecurePrint, and Library printing information.

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Personal Computers and Devices

Learn about the University's scope of support for personal computers and recommendations for hardware.