3D printing allows you to create physical, three-dimensional objects from digital files. This service is available in Rettner 201 on River Campus. Prints are charged at a per-gram rate to a URos (Flex) account.
Computer labs equipped with Windows and Macintosh computers, printers, and other technology are located around campus. Specialized software is installed on lab computers for use in coursework.
Computer Repair (Students)
The Help Desk in the IT Center offers computer repair service for undergraduate students in Arts, Sciences and Engineering. Students can check in their machine with technicians who will run a standard repair procedure to fix software-related issues and complications that can arise from viruses and spyware.
Computer Repair (University Wide)
The UR Tech Store has partnered with local vendors to provide warranty and non-warranty repair service for faculty, staff, and students. Students must drop off equipment at the store's location in Rush Rhees Library. Departmental repairs can be performed on site.
IT Equipment Recovery Program
You can securely recycle personal or University-owned consumer electronics free of charge. Hard drives in recycled equipment will be destroyed at a secure University location, and serial number tracking on hard drives will give you peace of mind. Please keep all equipment secured until pickup.
The IT Center loans laptops and digital cameras to faculty, staff, and students for up to 3 days.
Office 365 ProPlus
Faculty, staff, and students can download the latest version of Microsoft Office free of charge as part of the Microsoft Campus Agreement. You can install Microsoft Office on up to five computers or devices, either University owned or personally owned. The package includes Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, Skype and Access (PC only) for Windows and Mac.
Color and black and white printing is available in computer labs and at kiosks across the University. Prints are charged at a per-page rate to either a URos (Flex) account or Visitor account balance.
Rettner Technology Lending Library
The Rettner Technology Lending Library provides Arts, Sciences & Engineering with access to an array of standard and experimental technologies, including GoPro action cameras, Google Glass, and Oculus Rift.
Software Site Licensing
The UR Tech Store manages site licenses for commonly used software programs for math and statistics, science and engineering, bibliography management, security, online surveys, and other areas.
UR Tech Store
The UR Tech Store offers computer hardware and software, as well as an extensive line of computer accessories, audio/video equipment, video gaming products, and more. Educational discounts are available to the University community.
Virtual desktop allows you to connect to software applications or a Windows desktop environment over the Internet, from anywhere and any device.