Popular Services


Virtual Private Networking (VPN) allows students, faculty and staff to securely connect to the campus network from anywhere in the world using their Illinois credentials, and access services and resources usually restricted to people on campus.

Publish.illinois.edu is a WordPress-based blogging and publishing platform.

Technology Services provides and supports teaching and presentation equipment in general assignment classrooms.

cPanel provides a dashboard with a variety of tools for creating and managing websites hosted on web.illinois.edu.

Papercut is a contracted service to provide printing accounting/management services on behalf of a department.

Campus Email Relays are the secure infrastructure that lets customers send emails from email accounts to and from campus.

In the event of a campus emergency, Illini-Alert sends email and text messages and posts to Twitter.

Create email lists for group-based announcements and discussions

WebStore provides free or low-cost software to students, faculty, and staff for teaching, research, and administrative purposes.

RightFax allows faculty and staff to create, send, receive, and manage faxes directly from a desktop computer.

Emergency phones are programmed to dial directly into Public Safety.

Your NetID is a unique identifier assigned to you across all University of Illinois campuses. With your associated NetID password, it serves as your login to most University computing and networking services.

Get help with the College of Education printers.

Request help if your computer, tablet or other device are not acting normal.

Please provide information about your Council on Teacher Education related questions or issues.

An easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, and webinars.

Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is Google’s set of services and products for cloud computing.

Get help with general questions regarding common software.

Submit this request if you need a new computer outside of the upgrade cycle.

Skype for Business allows graduate students, faculty, and staff to make and forward phone and video calls, send instant messages, and participate in video conferences and group chats.

Request help purchasing application licenses via the University of Illinois Webstore or from vendors.

Provide us with the digital file(s) to print and a description of how many copies you want.