uPrint Printing Intermittent
The UND uPrint server is experiencing intermittent issues. Students attempting to use uPrint stations across campus may not be able to print consistently. This does NOT affect department uniFLOW/cloud printing. Updates will be provided as they become available, and a notification email will be sent to students when the issue is resolved. If you have any questions please contact UND Tech Support.
University Information Technology (UIT) is UND's technology support unit serving students, faculty and staff.
We work with all agencies on campus to provide you with the technology tools for success both in and outside of the classroom.
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Our mission is to strive for excellence in customer service, collaboration, and innovation.
- We seek out, listen, and respond to your technology needs to provide quality solutions by focusing on the services you most value.
- We positively communicate and contribute to the university community to ensure inclusivity, diversity, respect, and growth.
- We encourage, research, and experiment with new technologies to provide the most leading edge ideas and practices to respond to the changing needs of the university.
UIT consists of three main foci; Customer Engagement and Support, Records Management, and Application & Integration Support.
Customer Engagement & Support
Our Customer Engagement & Support team are your single point of contact for any technology needs and issues including Desktop services for faculty and staff, classroom support, and Tech Support to troubleshoot your hardware and software issues.
Records Management is responsible for creating, storing, maintaining, and disposal of digital media for the university.
Application & Integration Support
Application & Integration Support is responsible for evaluating the technological needs of the university and implementing technology-based solutions.