What can IT do to help you?
Access to UD's Network and the Internet
How can I get on UD's wireless network?
- The easiest way to register a computer or other Internet-capable device for wireless access is to use eduroam network to configure your device's network adapter. You will need to use your full UD email and UDelNet password to log in.
- Read more information about using UD's wireless networks.
How can I get on UD's wired network?
- You can connect your computer to UD's network with an Ethernet cable.
- To register your computer's Ethernet adapter for use on UD's network, go to the UD Network Page.
How can I get antivirus software?
- IT offers free antivirus software and tools for securing your computer.
What cable TV channels can I get in my residence hall room?
What can I use to collaborate on projects with other students?
- Your Google Apps at UD account lets you share using Google Sites or Google Docs.
- Sakai@UD and Canvas, our campus learning management systems, have resources you can use, too.
What if I need assistance with computer repair and troubleshooting?
- IT provides diagnostic services, virus/malware cleaning,
and troubleshooting assistance some of which is free to students. Complete our online Help
Request form to make an appointment.
Where can I get advice about purchasing a computer?
- Visit our Computing Purchases Web site for information on educational discounts and suggested configurations.
- Stop by the lower level of Smith Hall to ask us which computer will fit your academic career.
What if I don’t want to bring my laptop or device to campus?
- Public computing sites are available for computing, printing, and collaborative work.
How can I get help with my computer or the UD network?
- Visit the IT Web site.
- Complete our online Help Request form.
- Send us an email.
- Call us: (302) 831-6000
- Text us: (302) 772-6820
- Where can I print?
- Printing is available at multiple kiosks and computing sites around campus.
- How can I print a poster?
- Large format printing is available in the Smith Computing site.
Last updated: August 26, 2015