Using Email, Phone, and Collaboration Tools

Articles covering email, phone, Microsoft Teams, University websites. and conferencing options.

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Email and Mailing Lists

Email for students and employees, mailing list management, and shared mailboxes.


Nearly every desk, and every office, on campus is equipped with a telephone. Each phone has a direct line associated with it, and can have voicemail and long distance access. Our information on Office Phones will let you know how to utilize and set up these features.

Additionally, the Office of Information Technology can assist you with Cell Phones - including setting up a University-owned cell phone or mobile data plans, obtaining discounts on your personal cell phone bill through your affiliation with the University, and how to use the features of your cell phone to connect to the wireless signal and your University email.

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams is a unified communications platform that combines persistent workplace chat, video meetings, file storage (including collaboration on files), and application integration. It is the recommended video conferencing tool for administrative and non-instructional meetings.


The University offers different options for conferencing with colleagues and students.


An overview of department and personal websites, as well as instructions for connecting to your self-managed website.