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.
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.
You can use your One Card to pay for copying and printing at printers in the Library or any Pharos enabled printer/copier.
UNCSA now provides a mechanism to connect some gaming consoles and smart devices to the wireless Auxiliary (AUX) Network in the residence halls. Through a registration process each resident can connect their smart and gaming devices to the AUX Network. Laptops and Desktops should continue to access wireless via the Student Network and will not be permitted on the AUX Network because of security issues. Device registrations will be deleted at the end of each semester.