More Technology

Whether you need a little extra assistance or want to access a computer, DoIT has a solution for all of your tech needs. Do you want to learn a new computer application? Or are you looking for assistive technology? We’ve got you covered!

IT Accessibility

The IT Accessibility Center partners with campus disability services to offer academic accommodations as well as assistive technology, ergonomics consultations, training, and support. Their services include:

  • Alternative Format Consultations – A consultation with the ACT Center is required for new students who have established an alternative format accommodation with the Disability Center.
  • Adaptive Technology Consultations – The ACT Center provides consultations for anyone with a permanent or temporary disability to assist in making informed choices about adaptive technology and to find cost-effective ways to meet their adaptive equipment needs.
Computing Sites

Students have access to more than 40 computing sites across campus and in residence halls. Sites include Macintosh, Windows, and Unix (Linux) workstations loaded with Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Cloud, Endnote, and web browsers. Specialty software is available for your use in some computing sites.

Classroom sites are available for drop-in use when classes are not in session. Sites computers require logging on with your username and password.

Laptop Checkout

Students who need to borrow a laptop for instructional and academic purposes can check one out at no charge in select locations across campus using their TigerCard.

Training Resources

DoIT offers online training resources. There is a core group of resources for Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office. We also offer YouTube training videos.