Stamford Information Technology Services
Stamford ITS provides technology support for the Stamford campus community.
Stamford IT Help Desk: Monday-Thursday from 10:00am to 4:00pm
Classroom Support: Monday-Thursday from 9:00am to 8:00pm
Remote Support: Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm
Classroom Information and Streaming Links
Stamford Classroom Website
DWTN 108 (MPR) Live Stream
DWTN 109 (A1) Live Stream
DWTN 133 Live Stream
DWTN 220 (A2) Live Stream
DWTN 3117 (Rotunda) Live Stream
Remote Work Recommendations
IT Guide to Telecommuting
Help and Support
IT Help Center
Jeremy Richard Library Learning Commons
Stamford Campus Main Building
IT Help Center Hours
Learning Commons Computers
Instructional Technology Resources
Instructional Computer Labs
***Labs closed for the fall 2020 semester due to COVID-19***
The Stamford campus has four computer labs that can be reserved for classes. For semester-long reservations contact Maxine Tobias in the Registrar Office (203-251-8532 or firstname.lastname@example.org). For select date reservations, please fill out our Computer Lab Request Form.
3.05A (28 stations)
3.05F (20 stations)
3.05G (35 stations)
3.114 Mac Lab (18 stations)
Innovative Collaboration Space
***ICS closed for the Spring 2021 semester due to COVID-19***
The ICS lab in room 217 is open to all students. It is a space where you can come together and work hands-on with specialized hardware and software. We have industry standard software for Digital Media and Computer Science, such as Adobe, Unity and AutoCAD, an audio and video editing studio with software for special effects, 3D printers and 3D modeling software, and VR software and devices.
Stamford ITS Staff
Information Technology is an integral part of the University of Connecticut and a vital component in helping students, faculty, and staff fulfill their institutional roles. Stamford Information Technology Services provides the services and support to the Stamford campus community, helping to create a robust technological environment that is fundamental to the University’s success.
Provide technical services and support for the Stamford campus community, leveraging existing technologies and services when appropriate. Identify, implement and adapt new technologies in support of the University’s academic plan.
To Request Services, Report Problems, or Initiate Projects, please call our IT Help Center at 860-486-HELP