Student Computing

Computing @ NC StateThe Office of Information Technology (OIT) publishes Computing @ NC State each year for NCSU students, faculty, and staff. 

  • Current Issue: Fall 2014
    • Interactive / Accessible  - PDF This link will open in a new window (4.2 MB)
Highlights
  • GoogleApps Quickstart Guide
    The mysteries of using Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Groups, etc. are revealed in this comprehensive Quickstart Guide
     
  • Academic Google Calendar
    Never forget the date of the last day to add/drop a course again! Add the NCSU Academic calendar to your Google calendar.
     
  • Learning with Moodle
    This is a student's guide for using Moodle to access online materials for their courses.
     
  • Safe Computing
    Learn how to safeguard your identity, your information, and your computer.
    • Don't Get Phished!
      Every day, scammers try to hijack your Unity account. Learn how to avoid being caught in a phishing scam.
       
    • Anti-virus software
      Get your free copy of anti-virus software and protect your computer from harm.
       
  • Wireless device registration
    Connect to the NCSU wireless network using your smart phone, laptop, tablet, etc. and click on the link above. There you can register your wireless device and never have to login for wireless on campus again!
     
  • Technology Lending
    The NCSU Libraries offer a lending service for a multitude of devices. Borrow most of these devices from the main service desk at DH Hill Library.
     
Additional Information for CALS Students
  • CALS Computing Labs
    CALS Academic and Administrative Technology supports student computers in college facilities that are available to all students. These computing facilities are all equipped with state of the art, networked, multimedia computers.
     
  • Large Format Poster Printing
    Large format printers are available for student use by appointment in 1400 Williams Hall and 315-B Patterson. The printers are set up for the creation of posters with 36” wide heavy coated or semi-gloss photo paper. Because of the high cost of materials for the printer, use is restricted.