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University Information Technology Services (UITS) provides many of the central information technology resources on this site. Departments, colleges, and programs may have their own IT resources for students—check with your instructor or program coordinator for resources specific to you.


The 24/7 IT Support Center can help you with your computer and devices or with University accounts and online services around the clock, in person, over the phone, or online. Learn More


The Office of Student Computing Resources (OSCR) provides open-access computing labs and multimedia labs, and multimedia gear for checkout. Learn More


Free and low-cost software is available for students, including free Microsoft Office 365 and free Sophos anti-virus. Or save money using OSCR labs or the BookStores' educational discounts. Learn More


Numerous free training resources are available to help you learn to use various software and hardware, including: Microsoft IT Academy, Safari Books Online, UACBT (online video tutorials), and UAccess workshops. Go here >

New to Campus?

All the tech things you need to know.

All About NetID

Keep it secret, keep it safe. How to protect it. What to do if you forgot it. Learn More

Free Software

Free Microsoft Office 365, Sophos Anti-Virus, plus lots of other free and low-cost software and other options. Learn More

Moving in to a residence hall?

Wireless printer isn't working? You need the cable. UITS has more tips and how to connect to the network. Go here >

Connect your Computer

How to set up your computer on the University of Arizona networks, and why you should be on UAWiFi. Learn More


Your University email is a Google Apps for Education service, so you get all the Google features with your campus email. Learn More

Questions about D2L?

D2L is an online set of tools that allow an instructor to accomplish instructional goals that are difficult in a face-to-face setting. Need to know more? Go here >

Clicker, Clicker, Clicker

Do you have a class requiring an automated response device—a "clicker"? UITS has clicker installation instructions. Go here >.

Arizona Mobile

We have an app for that! UA maps, directories, news, UAccess Student and more for Android, iOS and mobile web. Go here >.

Get In Touch

If you have an issue with or questions about your tech or campus IT services

Call (520) 626-TECH (8324) or open a chat or submit a UAssist support request

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