The University of Texas at Austin
As part of the Web Central Services Retirement project, the ITS website will be retired. Information about IT services will be replaced by two new sites, IT@UT and UT ServiceNow, and ITS departmental information will be migrated to a new location. All changes will be completed by 7/28/2016.

Getting Started with ITS

Students: Get Started with IT@UT

Welcome! Information Technology Services (ITS) is here to help. For those of you new to the university or wanting to learn more about the technology offered on campus, we have compiled a list of ITS resources available to help your collegiate career.


Wi-Fi on Campus

The wireless network at the university, called utexas, is available almost everywhere on campus. Get more information about Wi-Fi connectivity at:


Need More Bandwidth?

Purchase additional bandwidth and details are on the Purchasing or Increasing Bandwidth help page.



Your UT Electronic Identity (EID) and password provides access to your grades, finances and personal information, so NEVER share your password. EID help is available at:


Set Up a University Email Account

UTmail provides unlimited storage, an easy-to-use interface and collaborative applications, which will be yours forever, even after graduation. Set up your UTmail account at:


Access UT Direct – Your Campus Portal

UT Direct allows you to register for classes, check grades, view course information and make online payments. Access UT Direct and with your UT EID at:


Your Courses

Canvas is a cloud-based learning management system to help you with your classes:


FREE Storage

Box cloud storage offers 150 GB of online storage with file sharing and collaboration options:


Print on Campus

Use your Bevo Bucks account to print on campus.

Campus Computer Store

The Campus Computer Store

Student discounts are available. Located in the Flawn Academic Center (FAC):


Student Jobs

ITS is a great place to develop professional experience and earn while you learn. Apply at: ITS Careers

Tech Policies

Every year students get caught sharing copyrighted material, which can result in being placed on academic probation and having to pay significant settlement fees. The university cannot protect you against allegations of copyright infringement. The best way to protect yourself is to read the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) and abide by its rules. Familiarize yourself with the AUP to make sure you are following the rules.

We Can Help

Get help from an expert:

* UT Service Desk

* Call us at 512-475-9400

* Submit a help request online

We also have a walk-in service in the first floor lobby of the Flawn Academic Center (FAC). Stop by and let us help you!