Below are the most commonly used ITS tools and resources for students. To view all of our services, go to Browse Services.
Connect to WiFi
- Use MSetup to register and connect your devices to the MWireless or eduroam campus network. You can also use MGuest, a limited WiFi network that does not require a uniqname and password.
- In Residence Halls MWireless and Ethernet connections are available in the residence halls. Check out the ResComp website or Northwood Net website to find out what supplies you'll need to connect.
- Studying Remotely: Use the U-M Virtual Private Network (VPN) for an encrypted, secure connection to university resources when you are off-campus. Some university services require VPN when you access them from outside the university network. Please note the Guidance on use of unauthorized VPNs or similar extensions of U-M networks.
Essential Websites & Apps
- Remote Resource Guide
A collection of technology resources that helps bring your university work with you when connecting from anywhere in the world.
Keep track of your academic life with U-M's learning management system.
- Google Workspace for Education
Email, Calendar, Drive, and 40+ additional collaborative apps.
Cloud file storage that provides automatic back-up and is readily accessible from any device.
- Software Directory
ITS provides no-cost access to many software titles to all faculty, staff, and students, including:
- Adobe Creative Cloud
Download and start using Adobe apps to create what you need.
- Microsoft Office 365
Download & online access: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive and other Microsoft apps.
- LinkedIn Learning
15,000 on-demand learning platforms with training resources about business, technology, and creative skills. Pre-designed learning paths to gain a full understanding of a topic and personalized recommendations.
- Adobe Creative Cloud
- Wolverine Access
Get quick access to grades, course registration, class schedule, account balance, and more.
- University of Michigan App
Look up your class schedule, sign up for grade alerts, check the U-M Bus map, receive UM Emergency Alerts, and more. Download from the Apple App Store or Google Play.
Use Zoom, Google Meet, or Microsoft Teams to host virtual meetings and classrooms with live video, audio, and content sharing from most devices. The Videoconferencing Tool Comparison Guide can help you decide which is right for you.
Use the MCommunity online directory to find contact information and more for all members of the U-M community. Update your directory profile and create and manage email groups.
Get Software & Tech
- Virtual Sites
Access campus-provided software from any device (Windows or Mac) with an internet connection.
- Tech Shop
Shop for computers, tablets, software and other essential tech accessories at great academic prices. Browse the product catalog online or visit one of our two locations.
- Tech Consulting
Get immediate answers to your technology issues or submit your device for repair.
- Tech Repair
Tech Repair can help with:
- Virus remediation and software troubleshooting
- Software and hardware installations and upgrades
- Data backups and transfers
- Full warranty and out-of-warranty repairs for Apple, Dell and HP computers
Computer Labs & Printing
Use MPrint to send documents to any networked Campus Computing printer from any computer or mobile device.
- Computer Labs & Locations
Campus Computing Sites (or "Sites") offer more than 2,000 Windows and Mac machines, laser printers, scanners, and hundreds of learning, creative and productivity software resources. Full Service and many Mixed Service Sites provide black-and-white laser printing, and several provide color or large format printing.
- Knox Center Adaptive Technology Computing Site
Specializes in hardware and software that meets the needs of people with temporary or permanent disabilities.
Tips for Safe Computing
Visit the Safe Computing website for security best practices to protect your computer, mobile devices, data, and your identity
- Choosing a strong and secure UMICH Password keeps your identity and U-M systems safe. Set up account recovery preferences to reset your password if you forget it.
- Use endpoint protection to safely connect your personal computer to the U-M computing environment and the internet.
- Report online abuse, harassment, or suspicious emails to the university's user advocate.
- Register your laptop with U-M Department of Public Safety.
- Use a security kit to lock down computer components.