Quick Reference Links
Nicholas School IT
Our website. Open a support ticket. Contact us first with any help requests and feedback. If there is another group on campus better able to assist you, we'll facilitate.
Nicholas School IT How-To Videos
A growing library of how-to videos. Check back frequently!
Duke Office of Information Technology
The OIT website contains computing and communications information for the entire university. OIT also issues NetIDs and administers and maintains the email system.
New To Duke
General computing information for new graduate students.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) provides an additional layer of security when logging in or performing transactions online. It is required for using Duke@Work and recommended for other systems.
Office 365 Web Client
Your Duke email account. Use Office 365 for calendaring and email.
From this site you can access and manage your Duke OIT accounts as well as get answers to questions on IT topics at Duke.
Take time to protect yourself from identity theft and computer viruses.
Site License Software
Many software packages are available at reduced or no cost to Duke staff, students and faculty.
The Nicholas School participates in OIT's ePrint program. Currently, we offer free color printing to our students in the LSRC and Old Chem.
Monitor your ePrint usage, check status of ePrint printers around campus.
Duke University CIT
The Center for Instructional Technology is a university-wide initiative focusing on the effective application of information technology in teaching and learning environments. They also administer Sakai@Duke.
Register for Text Messaging (SMS) for emergency and social alerts from Duke University.
Student Information Services & Systems provides students online access to their personal university records including, grades, class registration, financial aid information and bursar's account information.
50G of personal and collaborative file storage. Files in this space can be shared with users outside of Duke.
1T of personal and collaborative file storage. Files in this space cannot be shared with users outside of Duke.
Nicholas School Mailing Lists
Login here with your NetID and password to see and manage your NSOE mailing list subscriptions.
Duke University Mailing Lists
Login here with your NetID and password to view and subscribe to Duke University mailing lists that may be of interest to you.
The Virtual Computing Manager is a service providing the Duke community with easy access to virtual software packages, and semester-long virtual machine (VM) reservations.
Online training tutorials available to all Duke students, staff and faculty.
Duke Compute Cluster
The Duke Compute Cluster (DCC) has over 11,000 CPU cores and over 500 terabytes of high performance storage capacity. Depending on research computing needs, there are various access & usage options. For assistance in setting up access to the Duke Compute Cluster, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.