Providing access to, and support for, UC technology resources.
Technology Services works to provide students, faculty, and staff, as well as the extended community, access to institutional resources through technology-enabled environments.
In addition, the department supports the use of technology to expand both access to and the scope of academic programs by assisting faculty in the creation of technology-enhanced offerings and capabilities.
The IT Help Desk is available to provide assistance to University of Charleston faculty, staff, and students with their technology-related issues and requests.
The Technology Services Department provides direct support to University-owned computers.
Please note: Computers owned by students are not supported. Students needing assistance should contact the manufacturer of the device. Limited troubleshooting assistance is available to students for network connectivity issues.
Computer Resources Acceptable Use Policy
The use of University computing resources is a privilege extended to authorized students, employees, alumni and other individuals for legitimate purposes related to education, public service, research, and administration. By using any University computing resource, the user agrees to abide by all applicable laws, copyright and licensing requirements, and University policies.
Users of University computing resources further agree not to utilize those resources for illegal, malicious, or destructive purposes or intentionally damage or disrupt any University computing resource or process.
Failure to comply with these regulations will result in disciplinary action including but not limited to restitution, restrictions, reprimand, suspension, probation, expulsion, termination, and legal or civil action.
Additional restrictions may be imposed by the department providing access to computer resources.
For additional information regarding the appropriate and authorized use of University computing resources, please see the University of Charleston Computing Guidelines.
Information Technology provides eLearn, myUC and email support for students. The student technology resource area provides support and self-help tutorials for technologies used by students at UC.
Monday – Friday
7 am – 8 pm EST
When contacting us, please have the following information ready:
- Browser (ex: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)
- Operating System
- Connection Speed/Type
- Course ID and the name of the faculty member teaching the course
- Brief, detailed description of the problem (ex: test locked out; cannot upload Assignment #3; broken link in Week 4)
- Try to capture screenshots of the error, if possible
If you leave a message outside of normal business hours we will try to respond the following business day. Normal response time is within a few hours, but may be longer during busy times (at the beginning and end of the semester).