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Technology Resources

The University of St. Thomas provides innovative and responsive technology services that advance the work of our community. Whether you’re engaging with emerging technology or collaborating through our best-in-class digital tools, we’re here to support you on your journey as a Tommie. Learn more about the technology resources available to you.

Search the Help Center

Find technology answers, instructions, and tutorials in the Tommie Tech Services Help Center.

Popular Articles From Tommie Tech Services

Follow these links to learn more about the most common technology questions and solutions at St. Thomas.

Common Services

Canvas

Our learning management system where students engage with course content and learning activities.

Murphy Online

Our self-service portal for personal, academic, and financial information as a student or employee of St. Thomas.

Office 365

Access all Microsoft services online for easy classroom and workplace collaboration.

OneStThomas

Our university intranet which provides quick navigation to university apps, tools, and services as well as internal-facing news, events and web search.

Zoom

Our web and phone conferencing tool for classes, meetings, and webinars.

New Student Technology Guide

Learn more about technologies available to support your life and learning as a student including: account activation, common tech tools, digital library resources, and technology policies.

New Student Technology Guide

New Employee Technology Guide

Getting started as a new employee? Learn more about the steps you need to take to get started working at St. Thomas, including activating your accounts and obtaining a computer provided by St. Thomas.

New Employee Technology Guide
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Innovation & Technology Services

The Innovation & Technology Services department (ITS) leads technology strategy and operations for the University of St. Thomas. Our teams provide services that enhance faculty and student success, improve campus processes, and reflect best IT practices in higher education.

Learn more about ITS