Technology Resources for Graduate Students

This page is designed to help graduate students navigate through our various campus technology resources. Review the options below to learn more about our wireless campus networks, my.Scranton portal, Royal Card and our Technology Support Center. 

Technology Support Center

If you have questions, we’re here to help. The Technology Support Center staff assists students with computers, network access,e-mail accounts and software. We can troubleshoot and resolve issues with both the Mac and Windows operating systems. Visit us in Alumni Memorial Hall or call 570-941-HELP (4357) any time with tech questions and we will do our best to assist you.

The Technology Support Center employs Students Consultants and Student Supervisors throughout the year to provide technical support and to troubleshoot technology related problems for the University community via telephone, walk-up, in classrooms and at special events. If you are interested in applying for the TSC Student Consultant position, please review the job responsibilities and qualifications. Fill out an online application.

Computing Policies

It is your responsibility to abide by all rules and regulations associated with the use of the University’s information technology resources. These include state and federal laws, as well as the University of Scranton Acceptable Use Agreement and computing policies. Please review all computing policies.