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Place a paper order for your department.
Use this request to purchase computers and accompanying computer accessories.
Request audio/visual equipment and support for campus events.
Request a consult and assistance for your next Zoom virtual meeting.
Request this service when you need to change the names/numbers displayed on your office phone.
Request access to the VMware Academic Software Licensing Program
Use this service to request software installations for graduate productivity computers that are beyond the standard productivity machine build. This service must be requested by the graduate student's staff or faculty advisor.
Equipment to be recycled must be reviewed by our Asset Management team.
For room technology design requests, including upgrading equipment or adding new technology.
Use this form to report a wired network issue.
Use this service to request assistance resetting your Michigan Tech password.
Request a Multidrive M: share - a central shared location for files and folders
Intended for equipment with a metal Michigan Tech property tag present.
Submit feedback on your experiences with the knowledge base and the service catalog. Michigan Tech IT is always happy to hear from our customers.
This service is used when you need assistance retrieving missing data, files, and folders,
For general requests for IT help.
For help with Research Administrative Systems such as Arches, ASPIRE, Cost Share, Digital Measures, Ellucian Banner Admin, Ellucian Banner Self-Service, Ellucian Banner Workflow, Superior Ideas, and TechTracS
Get help with a malfunctioning university office phone.
Submit your security questions and Michigan Tech IT will review and respond.
For all external purchase requests.
Installing software not found in the Software Center.
For help with Human Resource Management systems such as ASPIRE, Banner Admin, Banner Self-Service, Perceptive Content, Safety First, TimeClock Plus
For help with document imaging and management with Perceptive Content
Report Issues found on Michigan Tech IT web pages
Where it is not possible to provide fully accessible technology, an Equally Effective Alternate Access Plan (EEAAP) must be developed to document resources and processes for ensuring access to ICT products and services.