Welcome. The Office of Information Technology offers a variety of services for current students. Our goal is to foster an enriching educational environment by providing tools and technologies that enhance and expand learning opportunities, as well as keeping you informed and connected to the University, your academic programs, and your personal interests. Here's some of what we offer:
Technical support for students can be reached by visiting our office in the Campus Book Store, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (203)932-8324 option 2
InsideUNH is a portal application that represents a launch pad into all that is the University of New Haven. Explore the different departments and services the University has to offer. See what's happening on campus. Access system resources such as email, course registration and payment information. InsideUNH is the one-stop destination for all your information needs. Learn More.
Want to know how to set up your mobile device to receive your University email ? Would you like to change your email password ? Did you know that your UNH email account comes with 25GB of storage space ? Find answers to these questions and more. Click Here.
If you have questions about how to use Blackboard, whether it's basic navigation, how to read content, submit assignments or use other features of the University's Learning Management System, you can go here for answers.
Your Campus Card is the key to many services at the University. From literally opening doors via our card access system to printing for free in the library and other locations (limits apply), your campus card has many features and functions. Learn more.
Computers, Software and Networking
From getting a discount on a new computer to receiving free and heavily discounted software, all the information you need is in this section. Navigate through the tabs to find the details on each different section.
A full list of computer labs is available here, including what software is available and what areas of study different labs are designated for.
The University implemented the Print Green Program to reduce unnecessary printing and decrease the consumption of paper, toner and energy. Learn more about the program, including how you receive free printing each academic term.