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Submit a proposal for hardware or software using student computing fee funding.

Sign-up form for transfer students to enroll in the Four Bear four-year graduation program

Submit a request to add or update staff access to student success technologies (Starfish, DegreeWorks, CyberBear for Faculty and Advisors).

University of Montana through an enterprise licensing agreement with IBM, provides access to SPSS statistical software for UM and UM Western students (computer labs and personal devices.)

Student Computer Fee Employment funding will now be allocated based on the below model on a biannual basis. Please review the 3 tiers of technicians and fill out the form requesting funding based on your current staffing or desired student employees for term selected. Your results will be sent to the SCF Hiring Oversight Committee.

Student Affairs supports many custom web applications. This service is to report issues, upgrades, systems changes, permissions, etc. for all Student Affairs IT supported web applications.

Example of SAIT supported applications: DCO Home, Door Access App, Food Zoo Menu & Tag Printing, Griz Card Tickets App, Griz Card Wiki, Hall Snacks App, Housing/Roommate Finder, Student Hiring App, Unclaimed Property App, etc.

Request for prospective undergraduate student data records

Glean Note-taker (Formerly called Sonocent Audio Notetaker) is a cloud-based software that supports your note-taking educational endeavors and is available to ODE students with a note-taking accommodation.

Submittal form for students enrolled in the Four Bear Program to submit their four-year graduation plans

Students registered with UM's Office for Disability Equity may request alternative formats for their textbooks through Central IT's Accessible Technology Services.

UM students and employees can connect to a secure wireless network using eduroam, and a courtesy guest wireless network for campus visitors called grizzlyguest.

Griz Card Center offers surveillance additions for buildings within Enrollment and Student Affairs via digital or analog cameras.

Maple is a symbolic and numeric computing environment, and is also a multi-paradigm programming language. University of Montana has a limited number of network licenses available for faculty and student use.

Information Technology manages several campus-wide software products for UM faculty, staff and students. Additionally, many campus departments purchase specific software products for their departments. The following software title list is provided as a courtesy. The list is in development and is not inclusive of all campus software titles. If you don't see a title you have interest in reviewing/purchasing, please contact UM IT Help for assistance (406-243-4357) or your departmental technical support staff member.

Accessibility Review for Moodle/LTI integrations