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If you are a current faculty, staff, or student with the University of Oregon and have a technology related question or need technical support.

If you are a prospective student, parent, alumni, vendor, etc. and have a technology related question, click here to open a ticket for IT support.

If you are unable to use the self-recovery options, complete the form on this page for assistance.

Confluence is a content collaboration tool that is used by IT staff to create, share, and collaborate on team documentation and projects.

The LDAP Directory Service provides a centralized repository of authoritative user (or identity) data that can be leveraged by other services and applications.

There are variety of training options for devices used on campus, including web based and in person classes.

There are variety of training options for individual and enterprise software tools used on campus, including web based and in person classes.

DuckWeb is the University of Oregon’s online information system for students, faculty, and staff.

Contact the Information Security Office to report spam, abuse, data exposure along with requesting IP Blocking, DNS Blocking, and other information security consulting services.

This service is for authorized Exchange Administrators to request Send As permission on mailboxes in their delegated OUs.

Records management system for student conduct and care records.

Kronos is the time and attendance application. It provides time clocks, and the ability to clock in and out in a variety of ways, as well as payroll and hours reports.

Canvas is an online platform for all academic courses such as accessing course documents, assignments, grades, communication, and all things related to teaching and learning.

SAIT has a small number of laptops and other devices available for checkout to SAIT-supported UO Employees.

This service allows your supported IT department to be notified of any issue relating to operational use of employee devices like computers, laptops or other devices.

Secunia provides for an automated software inventory of patching levels for managed workstations.

Help with selecting and implementing technology solutions and services.

Request or remove technician access to TDNext for working on tickets.

There are variety of training options technology used on campus, including web based and in person classes.

Request to block a specific IP address in certain parts of the campus network.

Two-way radio service is available for UO business use by departments including long-term rental and short-term rental for campus events.

Wired networking, also known as Ethernet, provides a UOnet and Internet connection for a desktop or laptop computer, or for some other network-capable device.

Exchange provides email, calendaring, contact information management, task management, and directory services.

If you are having troubles claiming your Duck ID or encountered an error during the claim process

Users supported by SAIT (Division of Student Life IT) should fill out this form to request access for new employees. This form can be used for all new employees, including classified staff, officers of administration, faculty, or student employees.