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Information Technology's mission is to provide leadership, training, support, and innovation in computing and telecommunication technology to UMUC students, faculty, and staff to achieve academic goals, improve service to students, and increase administrative productivity through appropriate application of technology.
Using Computing Resources
UMUC strives to provide students and faculty with the technology and computing services they need. Here you can find information concerning your use of UMUC software and equipment.
UMUC computer labs are open to UMUC students, faculty, staff and alumni on a first-come, first-served basis.
Students must have a valid student ID to use the facilities. We would gladly print one out for you. Faculty, alumni and staff must have a UMUC-issued ID. Bring a USB flash drive (memory stick) to store your classwork.
- Locate a Computer Lab
To find a computer lab, visit UMUC Locations and select a location near you. Then, look under the "Computer Labs" header on your location page for hours and availability.
- Facility Information
- Lab Assistants
- Software Language Assistants (SLAs)
- Teaching Assistants (TAs)
- Guidelines for Using Computing Facilities
WebTycho - UMUC's Online Classroom
- About WebTycho
- Find out what it's like to be an online student! Get the 411 on UMUC—Register for an Online Orientation
Technical Support for Distance Education Students
For Technical Assistance:
Help@UMUC can help answer your Tycho, MyUMUC and other learning applications questions. Technical support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year via self-help, phone, and chat.
Contact Help@UMUC at:
Phone: 1-888-360-UMUC (8682)
Students with Disabilities
Students who need accommodation because of a disability should contact the Office of Accessibility Services.