Computer, Device, and Printers Support

Request support for your computers and devices, uPrint issues and desktop services. Get help with 3D printing, computer labs, or check out equipment.

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UIT equipment checkouts are only available to current UND student, staff, and faculty, not for affiliates and emeritus. Identity must be verified. All checkouts are for 30 days and available on a first come, first serve basis. Availability is not guaranteed.

The Maker Space services such as 3D Printing are available to all UND students, faculty and staff with a valid U Card. The lab is located in the Chester Fritz Library, Room 133. Any student, faculty, or staff member on campus can use the lab’s three printers by submitting a design.

Submit a design for 3D printing: https://und.teamdynamix.com/TDClient/2048/Porta...

The Service Desk provides campus with a walk-in location for all technology needs, including device service, equipment check out, and Makerspace 3D printing. They are located on the first floor of the Chester Fritz Library.

UIT provides print management solutions including the campus wide student printing service uPrint. Students are credited $8.00 at the beginning of every semester for printing purposes.

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Learn all about ResNet services for students who live on campus.

Pinned Article UND General Tech Requirements for Students

What kind of computer should I buy for school? What are the minimum operating system guidelines? Does UND offer any computer discounts? Are there computer peripheral recommendations? What are the Internet connection quidelines? Are there software recommendations? Popular Programs/Majors with specific requirements.

UND Laptops for Learning Program

The University recognizes that students need reliable technology for academic success. The UND Laptops for Learning program supports students by providing a limited number of laptops to those who qualify and who have financial need.

The UND Laptops for Learning program is made possible from a grant provided through the Federal CARES Act. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act was passed by Congress and signed into law to provide economic relief from COVID-19.