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Submit a ticket for any student and faculty administrative systems issues or requests

Request a sponsored, departmental, organizational or service account

Welcome to RaDar, the centralized ordering system for shared resources. Please select the shared resource to view and purchase services and products offered by the resource

Request learning design and educational technology support consultation.

Request a license to install the full client version of Microsoft Project, Microsoft Visio, and Adobe Creative Cloud.

Applications include Grants, IRB, COI, HUB and CMR/eSirius.

Renew a sponsored, departmental, organizational or service account
Request sponsored continuation of account post leaving Dartmouth for actively doing work for the College for a limited time

Video recording of campus events and public lectures.

Quickly report a Zoom Bombing incident.

Dartmouth's default campus printing system for students

This service enables Dartmouth staff and faculty to engage ITC in a quick review of technology plans for a particular solution for themselves, their department, or the institution.

Request an add/move/change for your telephone, activation of a new voicemail account or reset voicemail password.

Request help installing an application

To report an issue regarding your move to Modern Authentication for more secure email.

Multi-function devices or desktop printers are available to members of the Dartmouth community.

Research Computing helps you learn how to use research software and systems through our live training sessions and online classes.

Dartmouth Students submit a request for technology help here

If you need assistance with a current Web Services' supported-site, please fill out the associated form. This includes training requests and questions about website content, site structure, analytics, and accessibility.

Website and hosting requests for administrative offices, academic departments, centers, institutes, programs, faculty, and students.

As a Faculty member, you can create a Slack workspace for your course directly from your Canvas course page!

Submit a ticket with the Library Tech Coordinator.

The Computer Assurance Program (CAP) is an ITC program created to replace aging office computers with current, secure, high-performance desktop and laptop computers at a subsidized cost.

Software available for Researchers