Includes requests for carpentry, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, lighting adjustment, office/furniture move, temperature adjustment, non-emergency repairs, adding or removing shelves, wall patching, painting, carpet replacement and more.
Report a technology issue with software, wifi, devices, etc., or request information from HuskyTech/Information Technology Services. Report an IT service that is not working properly, including a service that appears broken or a reduction in the quality of an IT service.
Request technical support for state-owned computers, printers, etc. You may also schedule an appointment for moving technology, getting technology set up at your campus workstation, assisting with installing a driver update, or other general technical support for state-owned equipment.
Request the installation of software to be used on a University-owned device. For your convenience, faculty and staff can easily download and manage many software applications through a software management system already available on your University-owned computers (Software Center for Windows, and SCSU Self-Service for Mac computers).
Request access to IT-hosted services, system, data, or shared mailbox; or get assistance with access issues or questions. Request modification or removal of access to technology services, systems or data.
Installed A/V equipment in not functioning properly in a university classroom or meeting space or you have general questions about how to operate the equipment. If this is an urgent classroom support issue, please call us at 320-308-7000 and select the option for classroom support.
Request a new project, custom business application, LEAN facilitation, or other large initiative requiring IT coordination. IT project requests are collaboratively and strategically prioritized with campus constituents, especially academic and administrative leadership, to ensure we best meet the needs of our campus community. Approved project requests will be managed by an IT project manager and will include the steps required to effectively complete the project, including but not limited to: Project consultation, business analysis, architecture and security review, project management coordination, communications and more.