IT Services for Students
Access the technology and services you need to get things done. The IT department provides campus-wide network, telecom, computer and information systems and services.
Need help with technology
You can browse the Knowledge Base for the most common questions on topics from setting up your email to how to use University-provided software product to getting on the Wi-Fi.
You also can submit a support ticket to the Help Desk.
Adobe Creative Cloud
If you are a student, you have full access to Adobe® Creative Cloud. Students receive an invitation via their UNCSA email address with instructions on how to access and/or download the apps.
Dropbox for Education
Securely share files and collaborate with students, faculty and staff using Dropbox, a cloud storage, file synchronization, personal cloud space.
Microsoft's Office 365
All students have access to Microsoft products (Outlook, Word, Excel and more)
Using your @artist.uncsa.edu email
The UNCSA email system gives students access to Exchange server functionality and
collaboration as well as enhanced support for mobile devices. It is important that
you check your UNCSA mail to receive student information. Your teachers, administration
and other campus offices will use this account to contact you. You are advised to
set up your @artist.uncsa.edu email on your phone and computer.
- How to set up your artist email on your Android phone.
- How to set up your @artist.uncsa.edu email on your iPhone.
- How to check your @artist.uncsa.edu email in Outlook 365 web mail.
Canvas is a learning management system (LMS) that faculty and students use to interact outside of the classroom from computer and mobile devices
Access registration, records, class/course schedules and DegreeWorks to ensure you are on-track for graduating. Accept/decline your financial aid package.
You can use your One Card to pay for copying and printing at printers in the Library or any Pharos enabled printer/copier.
Connecting to campus networks
If you are considering purchasing a new computer or bringing one from home with you to the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, the Information Technologies department has recommended computer specifications to help optimize your experience with your own technology on campus.