Student Computing Services (SCS) in the Office of Technology Services provides valuable technology resources for students of all majors and experience levels.
OTS Student Computing Services (SCS) is the university’s chief student technology support group. Our accommodating hours and convenient locations underscore the OTS commitment to quality service. Our knowledgeable and friendly student staff stand ready to assist in person, by email, by chat, by text, through TechHelp or over the phone with any of our five integrated service areas.
The SCS Service Desk provides technical support to students experiencing login, laptop and mobile device problems. We also offer advice on how to best accomplish computing tasks.
Try-out our available Virtual Reality (VR) systems and gain insight on VR and its potential academic and professional applications. To learn more and to sign-up, log into the SCS Online Resource Booking System (ORBS) and click Workshops.
The SCS Computer Labs provide up-to-date Windows and Macintosh hardware and software applications on a walk-in basis. These elbow-friendly work spaces are available to all students, regardless of major. Each lab also hosts a wēpa cloud-based printing kiosk and a Service Desk for assistance. Check computer availability in real time.
SCS ResNet Support provides network connection support to resident students for computing and television access. Professional service calls are dispatched to student rooms when problems cannot be resolved remotely.
SCS Multimedia Support Services manages the SCS studios, multimedia equipment loans, poster printing, 3D printing, and consulting on basic media production. Multimedia Support Services are available at our Cook location only.
The three SCS studios offer hardware, software and work spaces well suited to video and audio production for interested students from all disciplines, not just those focused on media production. With tools ranging from consumer-level to professional and assistance available by appointment, the studios are a great place for students to learn, develop production skills, practice presentations, and enhance their academic work with multimedia products.