We live in the world of information and rapid technological advancement. From the time we wake up and turn off the alarm on our smart phones to the time we turn of the light and check (one last time) the posts on our social media accounts, technology is an important part of our lives. At Marquette, we also rely on technology to deliver world-class education, and here you can find information about the resources that you have available to you if have any technological difficulties or challenges.
- Technology To-Dos for New Students
Prepare for your arrival on campus with these nine technology to-dos.
- Technology for Remote Learning
IT Services offers help with resources to make your remote or hybrid learning experience successful.
- How to use D2L
D2L — also known as Desire2Learn and D2L Brightspace — is Marquette University's learning management system. It's your hub for remote learning.
- Office 365 (Email and more)
Marquette has a site license to provide students with Microsoft Office 365 Pro Plus for Windows. The default Office installation includes the following programs: Access, Excel, Skype for Business, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Word.
- Getting Hardware and Software
This website contains information about necessary hardware and software that you will need while at MU.
- Computer Labs on Campus
Don't have a computer? Marquette offers computer labs, which are open to current students, faculty and staff with a valid MarquetteCard and Marqnet username and password. Computer workstations are available in the Raynor Library. Laser printing is available via PrintWise.
- ITS Help Desk
For general technology questions contact the ITS Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-288-7799.