ITS HELP DESK
The Information Technology Services Help Desk is the University's central contact
point for questions about the use of information technology. The Help Desk staff will
answer questions directly or facilitate a resolution if second level technology support
is required. Stop by and recharge yourself and/or your devices at the TECH STOP while waiting for your turn at the Help Desk. Students who live on campus can also
contact their RESCON to help them. Interested in SELF HELP suggestions for weekend or late night help? Review this Self Help page.
Need help now?
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What can YOU do with ServiceNow IT Self Service?
- Search the knowledge base for answers to your technology related issues
- Report a problem
- Request help
- Submit a request
- Submit a project request
- See the status of active tickets
- Add notes or additional information to an existing request.
I want to:
- Faculty and Staff
- Bingsuns Disk Space
- BGM Accounts
Create an Email List or Group
Create a Google Group
Backup my work
Backup your files
ITS Help Desk Resources
IT Self Service
ITS Self Help Topics A-Z
Student Self Help Page
Virtual Desktop Software
Student Technology Checklist
Faculty and Staff Technology Checklist
Request a Listserv
Clear my cache
Add a University printer to my University machine
Walk-in: Located in The Technology Hub first floor lobby
The TECH STOP: stop by to recharge your devices
Help Desk Hours
Fall & Spring Semesters:
Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Summer and Winter Hours:
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Hours subject to change when classes are not in session for all semesters.
Binghamton University (& other reputable institutions) will not ask for personal or password information in unsolicited emails. NEVER respond to them, no matter how real they seem. If you're unsure of the validity of the message, call a contact number for the organization.