Computing at IU
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Computing at IU
Indiana University is hailed as one of America's most “wired” campuses. University Information Technology Services (UITS) provides the network connections and the technology tools and services you’ll need to carry out your everyday work.
University Information Technology Services (UITS) Information Commons (Wells Library), 855-6788
- Universal student network accounts for email and computer access, plus specialty accounts for students in certain programs
- Digital storage on the Common File System (CFS)
- Technical Support
- Software for all students, called IUware, also available at IMU bookstore
Getting Your IU Email Account
You can obtain your network ID/email address by visiting the Information Commons in the Wells Library or by using the Network ID Starter Kit in any UITS Student Technology Center.
Student Technology at IUB
The Student Technology Website allows you convenient, one-stop access to essential technology-related information and web sites.
Computer Labs on Campus
Called “Student Technology Centers” or “STCs,” labs are located throughout campus buildings and residence halls. For a complete listing, visit here.
Free computing classes for IU students and staff. Learn how to use Microsoft Office products, email systems, author web pages, etc. Get a course catalog at UITS sites, and register by phone or online.