Information technology services for students, faculty, staff, and departments at Penn State.
Here you can find an alphabetical list of information and services provided by Information Technology Services.
An account is your unique digital identity at Penn State. It identifies you as someone who is authorized to use a resource or service.
Provides the tools needed to run the University's business transactions and record keeping functions.
Departments, staff, and faculty can use this service to back up and archive workstations and files.
Labs containing Windows, Macintosh, Linux systems, and other equipment are available for general use by students, faculty, and staff. Some labs may be reserved for class instruction.
State of the art computer resources are provided for academic, administrative, and research use.
Buy computers, software, printers, cameras, supplies and more at low academic prices.
Video, Web, or audio conferencing tools can be used for activities such as staff meetings, distance learning, teaching, advising, tutoring, telecommuting, cross-cultural experiences, job interviews, and language learning.
This group provides help desks and consulting services to support the use of information technology at Penn State.
This group develops and manages the Library Information Access System (LIAS).
By securing your local area network (LAN) behind a firewall, you make it harder for would-be attackers to invade your network.
Technology related seminars, workshops, forums, symposiums, conferences, special interest groups, and online technology training.
Providing Penn State's networking and communications infrastructure and support at all campuses.
Phone services in University offices and residence halls, calling plans, and cellular discount programs.
Tools and assistance for publishing theses, dissertations, books, and Web sites.
Support, expertise and consulting to researchers at Penn State, state-of-the-art computational clusters, and facilities for scientific and artistic visualization.
This group provides support for the computing technology needs of scholars in their education and research endeavors at Penn State.
This division of Information Technology Services works to ensure security and privacy for Penn State networks, computers, and individuals.
Free software for browsing the Web, e-mail, productivity, virus protection, and more.
Penn State students, faculty, and staff have access to a variety of software at no cost or at low educational prices through the following sources.