Service Catalog

Categories (15)

Workday

Workday is the enterprise application for human resources and payroll.

Accounts, Access & ID Cards

Services related to your Stevens account, password management, door access, ID cards and more.

Concur Support

Use this category if you have questions regarding Travel Request, Expense Reports or Travel Bookings.

Office 365 Student Email Upgrade

Questions about or issues with the Student Office 365 email upgrade? Click here!

Wi-Fi, Network, & Telecommunication/Phone

Telephone and network services. Port work, SSL certificates, etc.

Learning Technology Services

Classroom technology, Canvas, Zoom, Kaltura, and LinkedIn Learning and other instructional technologies. Also instructional design consultation services in regards to pedagogical practices with technology.

Email & Calendar

Email support, mailing lists, device configuration, and more.

Computer, Device, & Printing Support

Software Support, Operating System Support, Computer Renting/Disposal/Loans

Administrative Applications & Web Services

Campus-wide and departmental applications and the Stevens.edu site (Drupal).

Training Knowledge Center

You can request a consultation as a student, faculty, or staff member regarding the advancement of the use of technology. Consultations can be arranged individually or for a department. Popular consultation topics you may request (but are not limited to):

- Information Security
- Teaching and Learning with Technology
- Hardware and Software Support
- Networking and Systems
- Information Systems and Integrations

Computer Science Department Support

All requests pertaining to the computer science department resources, formerly under than name SRCIT. Use this if your request does not fall in to any other category

Desktop/Notebook Orders and Accessories

use this category for ordering new department machines and accessories

Supported Software

Get help with Stevens-supported or Stevens-licensed software.

Stevens VLE

Stevens Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)

Many of the applications used here at Stevens are graphic and memory intensive, requiring large amounts of hard drive space to function properly. Thus, the virtual learning environment (https://stevens.edu/VLE) provides the best suitable technical structure for superior performance of sophisticated applications such as SolidWorks, the complete Adobe Creative suite, Mimics, Matlab, Labview, HyperChem, Microsoft Project and Microsoft Visio, just to name a few.

Who can use the VLE, and how do I log in?

Everyone at Stevens can use the VLE! All faculty, staff and students can log into the VLE with their campus ID username and password. Forgot your password? Go to https://stevens.edu/password to reset your password.

For more information about the VLE and how to get started, go to https://sit.teamdynamix.com/TDClient/KB/Article...

Computer Service Center Forms

Create Student and Faculty/Staff Repair Forms.