Documentation, training, tools, and other services to help ensure the accessibility of university content, programs, and activities.
Process and forms for university department individuals to request authorized access to enterprise administrative applications for business needs.
Premiere, Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat and other apps for video editing, photography, web design, and more.
Amarel is Rutgers’ advanced computing cluster for research computing.
Protect your device by downloading free antivirus software.
Request access, application support, or development services for the RBHS Banner Student Information System.
Box is a cloud-based file storage application where students, faculty, and staff can securely store, manage, and share digital files.
Official learning management system for teaching and learning at Rutgers.
Provides and facilitates technology services to support teaching, learning, administration, and research at the university. Additionally, the department includes the Office of Academic Scheduling and Classroom Management, which schedules and oversees university classrooms.
A secure, HIPAA-compliant central repository that includes diverse healthcare data and essential analytical tools for gaining insights into medical conditions, outcomes, and treatments.
Part of the Cornerstone initiative, this is Oracle's cloud-based integrated financial accounting platform supporting the university’s financial management and reporting needs. Also known as Financial Management System (FMS). Accessible by logging in to myRutgers and selecting the Cornerstone tile (within Apps) where you can find the “Financial Management (Oracle Cloud)” or “Expense Management” tiles.
The cloud services team provides assistance in bringing cloud computing to Rutgers departments and units.
Rutgers offers three cloud storage tools: Box, Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Drive.
Are you looking for a Mac or a PC to work on an assignment? A spot to print a research paper? Find locations and hours for Rutgers computer labs.
The Rutgers IT Computer Standards program is designed to lower hardware costs, maximize interoperability, and increase efficiency of technical support.
Geographically distributed data centers hosting critical services for the university.
Rutgers’ enterprise data warehouse provides authorized access to various data sources to generate and edit data views to serve business needs.
Departmental support provides basic IT support to departments at Rutgers, and cost-effective advanced IT support services.
Deque is a suite of accessibility tools offered to Rutgers faculty, staff, and students. It provides end-to-end testing solutions, and self-paced trainings for document, web, and mobile accessibility.
Creation and support of instructional technology in the Rutgers–New Brunswick general purpose classrooms and learning spaces of the Office of the Chancellor.
DocuSign is a secure electronic signature tool that verifies, routes, tracks, and stores documents requiring signatures.
eduroam is a free and secure wireless network available to the Rutgers community when visiting participating universities.
Faculty, staff, and students who need to send emails to large groups have various options available to them.
Free Rutgers service featuring remote device management and support tools. Departmental IT staff maintain control over their organization and have access to OIT support.
Maintaining IT infrastructure for organizations and administrative systems supporting university business operations and delivering student services across Rutgers.
The official Rutgers URL shortener, go.rutgers.edu, is available to Rutgers faculty, staff, and student workers sponsored by a faculty or staff member.
University guests (individuals not directly affiliated with Rutgers) can request a digital identity that provides access to authorized Rutgers services. The guest will need a sponsor to approve the request.
The OIT Help Desk provides free tech support and troubleshooting help to members of the university via phone, email, and in-person.
Enterprise services managing the digital identity of university-affiliated persons and their secure online access to services and data.
Programs and services of the Information Security Office include IT policy development, risk management, compliance program strategy, and security awareness and training.
Provides teaching and learning support for all Rutgers–Camden faculty and instructors. Offers course design assistance and educational technology support, based on pedagogical research and best practices.
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) Project Management Office (PMO) provides an enterprise-wide service for management of IT initiatives in support of the Rutgers community.
Rutgers Service Management provides consulting, training, and support to build IT service management capabilities throughout the university community.
On-campus technology store offering a wide variety of computers, tablets, device accessories, and repair.
LinkedIn Learning features thousands of video tutorials and training resources about business, technology, and creative skills.
Mail Relay Service is available for certain network-attached devices like printers and scanners to access email servers without NetID authentication.
Mailing list software for creating and managing email lists for university-affiliated announcements or ad-hoc discussions, and viewing list archives from the web.
The Microsoft EES agreement covers the licensing of various Microsoft products at Rutgers.
Suite of software including PowerPoint, Excel, and Word. Free for Rutgers students, faculty, and staff.
A cloud-based collaboration and content management platform that integrates with Microsoft 365 to connect members of Rutgers University
A communication and collaboration platform that integrates with Microsoft Office 365 for Rutgers students, faculty, and staff.
RUware provides mobile phones, equipment activation, and other services to eligible faculty and staff.
The myRutgers portal provides a suite of self-service information and resources for the university community.
All faculty, staff, students, and guests are assigned a Rutgers unique identifier known as a NetID. A NetID is required to access many services available at Rutgers.
The Network Operations Center (NOC) provides centralized management of RUNet and support of telecommunications services by monitoring the Rutgers network health and performance.
Software system for Human Resources that provides employees with tools and information on job duties, payroll and compensation, benefits, and other personal data. Accessible by logging in to myRutgers and selecting the "Employee Self-Service" tab or the "PeopleSoft management" tile on the "My Apps" tab.
Perceptive Content is a full enterprise content management and workflow suite used to handle various content types such as documents and put them in the proper context of an organization's process or need.
Printing services are available at the Office of Information Technology computer labs and for various departments throughout the university.
Qualtrics enables users to create surveys, generate reports, and gather data.
Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) Gateway Service provides access to university computers from outside networks without requiring a virtual private network connection.
Advanced resources for high-end research computing.
High-speed Ethernet connections are available to Rutgers residence hall students.
Rutgers Active Directory (RAD) eases collaboration between departments by providing a centralized Enterprise Shared Services platform for common services such as authentication and messaging.
A mass-mailing service for targeted email lists to communicate official university business to the Rutgers community.
Rutgers Connect is the official email and calendar system for Rutgers faculty and staff, based on Microsoft 365.
Rutgers VPN provides faculty, staff, and students with remote access to services secured by the Rutgers network
RUWireless Secure is the secure wireless network available to the Rutgers community across the university's locations.
A suite of web-based software including Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, and Google Drive.
Open software system used to share electronic identities and attributes with multiple organizations and applications. You must be on the Rutgers network or VPN to access.
Sites@Rutgers is a site-in-a-box solution for the Rutgers community currently in the early access release phase. With this platform, faculty and staff can create a Rutgers website without any previous coding experience.
The University Software Portal features a variety of applications and software available for Rutgers students, faculty, and staff.
A powerful enterprise business intelligence and data visualization tool that can be leveraged to gain greater insights into the data of interest.
Video conferencing equipment and systems simulating an environment where all participants are together in the same room.
Two-step login with Duo adds an extra layer of security to your account by requiring additional confirmation of your identity beyond a NetID and password.
Get remote access to computer lab software, whenever you want it.
Virtual infrastructure hosting environment available for all IT departments and the university community.
Rutgers uses Cisco telephones to communicate across campus, giving employees access to desk phones with voicemail, call forwarding, campus dialing, and more.
Easy-to-use web conferencing tool enabling collaboration through online meetings and video conferencing.
Web conferencing tool with combination of video, voice, content sharing, and chat functions for online meetings.
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