Desktop & Mobile Computing
The University Campus Workstation Program (CWP) provides funds for a new computer for eligible faculty and staff every four years.
The Office of Information Technologies provides public-access computer labs with over 200 workstations that are open to all Notre Dame faculty, staff and students. Software and hardware available in the labs are determined by the needs of student and faculty coursework.
Depending on your affiliation, you may be eligible for discounts on computer and other technology purchases.
Notre Dame faculty, staff and students can find computer repair and service right on campus at the at the Hammes Tech Hub in the Hammes Bookstore (across from the Eck Visitors Center). They provide vendor-authorized warranty repairs on Apple, Dell (parts only), and Lenovo computers (Think-branded models only). They also provide non-warranty service on other computer brands as well as on most HP printers.
CrashPlan is a backup tool that runs on your desktop or laptop computer and backs up your files. It encrypts your files and sends the encrypted data to servers outside the Notre Dame network. You can restore your files from anywhere you have an Internet connection.
The OIT provides access to a variety of software titles that are licensed for University use.
Depending on your affiliation, you may be eligible for discounts for some software titles. More information