Check out these campus IT resources
The amount of information accessible to the U-M community is staggering. We’ve gathered some of the most helpful technology resources on campus to bookmark and share with colleagues as they return to campus.
- The IT Survival Guide is a great place to start. It is intended to be an introduction to services and resources available to undergraduate and graduate students.
- U-M Library’s IT research guide helps people locate and use IT-related library resources, like books, databases, and more.
- ITS’s General Computing website provides information ranging from email and software to hardware repair. Note the separate pages tailored for faculty and campus IT staff. A Technical Training page also lists workshops, documentation, and support.
- The Information Assurance (IA) Safe Computing page helps the U-M community maintain both personal and institutional privacy and security. The ITS Sensitive Data Guide to IT Services can inform decisions about where to safely store and share sensitive university data.
- Advanced Research Computing (ARC) Systems & Services include high-performance computing, high-speed storage, as well as Consulting for Statistics, Computing and Analytics Research.
Flint & Dearborn campuses
- UM-Dearborn’s IT Services provides support for enterprise applications, campus infrastructure, instructional and administrative equipment, as well as consulting for other technical services.
- UM-Flint’s IT Services provides a wide range of computing, data networking, classroom technology, multimedia, and web services.
By unit or school
- Architecture and Urban Planning: Computing Resources make IT easily accessible to current and incoming students and the Taubman community.
- Business: Ross’s IT Main Page provides a comprehensive suite of technology and support.
- Dentistry: Dental Informatics uses technology to advance health through education, service, research, and discovery.
- Education: The Office of Information Technology (SOE-IT) works with MiWorkspace Neighborhood IT to provide first-rate IT services to SOE faculty, staff, and students.
- Engineering: CAEN (Computer Aided Engineering Network) offers a KnowledgeBase full of tech FAQs.
- Environment and Sustainability: The IT office provides technology recommendations to students as well as instructions to access SEAS file services.
- Information: The UMSI Computing staff support high-quality research and education with the latest in technological services and support.
- Law: The LawITS website provides information about the department and its services, including printing, laptop exams, online classifieds, and more.
- LSA: Their Getting Started Guide provides an overview to the IT resources and services available.
- Medicine: Health Information Technology & Services offers a Get Help page, a Help Me Now walk-in service, and numerous self-help resources in its KnowledgeBase wiki.
- Public Health: Instructional & Computing Services provides networking, IT, classroom services, and instructional services. See its specific request forms to get started.
- Social Work: Computing Resources include a site with ten Windows workstations, seven email-only stations, printing, and more. (Also see ITS’s general Campus Computing Sites.)
Know of any other IT resources or services on campus? Leave a comment below.