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On Monday, August 2, Information Technology Services (ITS) will implement changes to Microsoft 365 licensing that impact select UNCG users. The changes simplify licensing and reduce disruptions in service experienced by University employees whose job assignments vary. How will changes affect me? Specific user populations get A1 or A5 license types, which provide different levels [Read More]

Who: All users of UNCG network, internet, and voice services What: Planned downtime for all campus network, internet, and voice services (including IP phones) When:  Saturday, May 15, 2021, 12:01 a.m. – noon Information Technology Services (ITS) will perform the annual data center redundancy testing to ensure that data center-based services remain available in the event [Read More]

On Friday, May 7, 2021, the ITS 6-TECH Service Center will open its doors at the SuperLab in Jackson Library. All the same walk-in support services offered at the old McNutt location—like the 48-hour loaner laptop program—will now be offered at the SuperLab . Operating hours will match Jackson Library operating hours. Come see us [Read More]

Beginning Monday, May 10, 2021, the Registrar’s Office and the Elliott University Center (EUC) will manage computer classroom reservations. Full-semester courses that require a computerized classroom will be managed by the University Registrar’s Office. Instructors will submit their assignment requests on the Registrar’s Office Classroom Scheduling page or Lab Reservations request form. Ad hoc course [Read More]

May 10 – 11 go.uncg.edu/UNCGadapt Call for proposals! Adapt 2021 is an interactive, collaborative event for UNCG faculty, staff, and graduate students centered around the joy of teaching, learning, and scholarship. This year’s theme is Reimagining What’s Possible. Proposals should reflect this theme and include ideas for reigniting the spark of teaching and learning now and in the [Read More]