Student IT Resources
Starting college is a big step, so we have compiled a guide to get you started with accessing technology at Florida Tech.
Before Starting Classes
- Introduction to your TRACKS account
- How to activate your TRACKS account and how it can be used
- Complete your online check-in using Admitted Student Portal
- Introduction to the Panther Access Web System (PAWS)
Getting Connected On Campus
- How to get your device on the Internet
- What you should know about DMCA violations by illegally sharing files over the network
- How to get started and set up your new email account
- Sign up for FITForum email list server
Getting Connected Remotely
- Learn about Canvas, our Online Learning Management System for Melbourne and Extended Studies students
Preparing for the Semester to Start
- Need help finding your classes? View the interactive campus map
- Get recommendations and discounts on hardware
- Explore student software discounts and ESD MS Imagine Webstore
- Review Tech Support services for personal computers
Accessing Additional Services
Technology Support operates six instructional computing labs and oversees technology for 100+ classrooms and learning spaces. The Applied Computing Center (ACC) is also managed and maintained by Technology Support. This full-service computing facility provides access to an array of productivity software and services, as well as specialized software needed by each academic college or department. The ACC is an open lab located within the Evans Library.
The University offers faxing services to the students at the Student Activities Department (second floor of the Student Union Building) during normal business hours. Additionally, faxing services offered at the Copy Center.
Students have several opportunities to work on-campus with many departments, whether for academic or employment experience.
On-campus job positions will be posted in Workday. Federal Work Study positions are listed as 'FWS Eligible' or 'FWS Only'. College Role positions are listed without this type of indicator.
Once a student secures an on-campus position, be sure to review the Workday Student Employee Resources page for information about updating your profile, accessing training resources, and submitting hours worked via timesheets.
Additionally, Career Services has resources to assist students with their job search for off-campus positions.