How can IT Services help you?
Before You Arrive on Campus
The UChicago Card is the official University of Chicago identification card. All first-year undergraduates entering the College are required to upload a photo for their UChicago Card before arriving on campus. This is how you will access buildings, pay for meals, and use the UChicago library resources.
Note: Graduate students can pick up their UChicago Cards beginning July 5 at the ID & Privileges Office.
Set up your connection to the Eduroam wireless network for easy access to the network and your eligible applications and resources. Eduroam is a global wireless network that provides wireless access for more than 6,000 institutions across 89 countries. You never have to be without wireless network access while on campus or when visiting Eduroam-participating institutions.
Two-factor authentication (2FA) significantly enhances the security of your CNetID by using more than one device (typically a mobile phone) to verify your identity. 2FA prevents anyone but you from using your account to log in to secure University websites, even if they know your CNetID password.
When You Are On Campus
Get your free Box account to store and share files, communicate, and collaborate securely in the cloud.
If you didn’t take advantage of free or reduced-cost software for students before your arrival on campus, now is the time to get Adobe Suite and a wide range of other academic and productivity software.
my.UChicago is the self-service portal for University students and staff in the Academic Information System.