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In addition to obtaining an email account, employees obtain a University email address in the form of a Umontana alias. This alias will be used as the official means of electronic communication between employees and the University.
This article will walk you through how to add your employee email to your phone's email client in a variety of ways.
If you have been locked out of your computer account, you will need to contact your IT support unit to have the password reset. If you do know your current password, there are several ways you can change it.
Whether you are a student, staff, or faculty member, you are able to access your email online without the use of a local email client on your computer.
A Departmental Technology Liaison is intended to be a contact point for IT staff when providing IT support for a UM IT supported department. Ideally, Tech Liaisons are well known in the department and have a solid understanding of how technology is being utilized throughout his/her department.
UM students and employees can connect to a secure wireless network using eduroam. Eduroam not only connects you to UM's secure wireless network, it allows you to connect to wireless networks at many other institutions across the US and abroad using your UM login credentials.
Information on setting up and using UM's Virtual Labs using Citrix.
Instructions for accessing and using voice mail on the UM campus. It also contains the link to Voice Mail Web Access where you can access and manage your voice mail on line. This is intended for employees and affiliates of UM who use the Avaya voice mail feature on their phone.
This process is only available to UM employees who need the ability to print unofficial transcripts from Banner.
A comprehensive list of dedicated IT support at the University of Montana.
Does UM already have a contract with a vendor for software you need to purchase? ATS provides a listing of software that is currently under a contract at UM. This listing includes only software that has been reviewed for accessibility compliance and given either conditional or approved status. This listing is updated once monthly.
UM has two options for purchasing Adobe products: Adobe Acrobat Pro or Adobe Creative Cloud.
Microsoft EES (Enrollment for Education Solutions) is an enterprise licensing agreement. The EES program allows UM to license Microsoft software covered by the program at extremely low cost compared with retail or even most discounted pricing.
AMOS (Analysis of Moment Structures), an add-on module for SPSS, is designed primarily for structural modeling, path analysis, and covariance structure modeling, though it may be used to perform linear regression analysis and ANOVA and ANCOVA.
Departmental IT staff are authorized to request Adobe Creative Cloud software for university-owned computers. IT staff must abide by the licensing terms and conditions.
University of Montana has an Enterprise Term Licensing Agreement (ETLA) for Adobe Creative Cloud device licenses for university-owned devices. The licenses are earmarked primarily for academic purposes (devices in student labs and devices used by faculty for teaching). A limited number of licenses are available for business purposes.
Process for requesting a new Submittable account.
Frequently asked questions regarding the Residence Halls.
Frequently asked questions regarding UMOnline for faculty/staff.
The University of Montana has a Microsoft Enrollment for  Education Solutions (EES) campus agreement. This agreement provides subscription licensing for Microsoft Office 365 Pro Plus. Current UM employee who need to access or use an education platform product to perform essential job functions can now download the latest version of Microsoft Office free of charge as part of this agreement.
UM’s Accessible Technology Services (ATS) reviews software for accessibility compliance before approving it for purchase, acquisition, or use. Software includes desktop applications, mobile applications, web applications, and Moodle (LTI) integrations for online publisher content.
Summary of captioning services and media conversion for Central IT (Accessible Technology Services), Disability Services for Students, Mansfield Library and UMOnline.
How to solve common issues with the Umontana mobile app.
The DEN digital signage system is intended to promote campus-related events, programs and services to keep students informed and involved while cultivating the university community.