What do you do on campus?

At IST we know how diverse work across campus can be, that's why we take a personalized approach.

Support Services

We're Here for You!

IST in-person support, located in 2-10 GSB, is your on-campus source for technology services and solutions. Visit us Monday to Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm.

From CCIDs and software to electronic repair and application hosting—IST has you covered.

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Enterprise Solutions

All of your important applications within reach and ready for use.
We support key applications, such as Bear Tracks and Peoplesoft, so reliability is always maintained.

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CCID Password Resets

Your CCID is key when accessing campus resources. Simple, quick password changes ensure what's important stays within reach.

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Get Your Software!

Access discounted software titles for students, staff, faculty and researchers through our online software portal.

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Email & Apps

Store documents, organize your schedule and collaborate with peers and colleagues—all through Google Apps.

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Lab Bookings

Select rooms across the university—all with an abundance of seating sizes and software options to accommodate you.

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Mobile & Desktop Phones

Choose from a variety of telephone equipment to best serve your needs so you can focus on communicating effectively.

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USRI Student Ratings

Gather important feedback from classes to help instructors, departments, and faculties improve curriculum and instruction. 

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News, Updates, & Hot Topics

Stay up-to-date with what's happening in IST and around your university in technology.

A Natural Fit

As a member of IST’s Application Hosting team, Shun helps support and maintain the applications used across campus. 

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In order to safeguard the university against imminent and persistent threats, two high risk network ports will be blocked at the university's internet gateway starting on Monday, May 29, 2017.

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IPv6 Initiative Catapults UAlberta Into the Future

The Internet effectively ran out of space a year ago. But under the IPv6 deployment initiative, the University of Alberta is planning ahead and making room for future growth.

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