From providing IT support to NASA to housing one of the fastest supercomputers in the world, Indiana University is a key player in advancing the world’s technology.
As such, all students at IU benefit from the technological resources that come with attending a world-class university.
That includes high-quality tech support, the latest software for free or at significantly reduced costs, technology training and workshops, and high-speed wireless Internet everywhere you go on campus.
OneStart is the portal to all of IU’s online services. Once you’re admitted as a graduate student at IU, you’ll receive a university ID number and will then be able to create your first account at IU at OneStart. Through OneStart, you’ll create your email account, check the status of your financial aid, register for classes, and more. Go to OneStart »
All of your classes utilize IU’s online collaboration environment, Oncourse. Here, you can view your grades, class schedule, and assignments; weigh in on discussion forums; turn in course assignments; take quizzes; and receive class updates. Go to Oncourse »
University Information Technology Systems
University Information Technology Systems (UITS) is IU’s key information technology resource. UITS provides 24/7 technical support, offers trainings and workshops, and manages securities to keep your information safe. UITS also powers IU’s high-speed wireless Internet and maintains the thousands of computers available for student use in the Student Technology Centers across campus. Go to UITS »
With IUware, you have hundreds of the latest programs available for download at no cost or for purchase at a significantly reduced cost. These programs include operating systems, office tools, design and production software, and more. Go to IUware »
Shop for the latest in computers, iPads, printers, cables, software, and more at Computer Connection in the Indiana Memorial Union. Learn more »