The UCO Service Desk offers general assistance related to services provided by the Office of Information Technology.
Employee Security Access Forms are required for access to most UCO systems such as Banner, email accounts, file shares, and other university services.
The Qualtrics Survey Suite is a powerful research tool available to all University of Central Oklahoma students, faculty and staff.
If you are experiencing a disruption of service and are unclear on which specific service to select for your ticket, start here to submit your issue to the UCO Service Desk.
Information pertaining to UCO's wireless networks (UCO and UCO_SECURE).
Find information and support for the Banner application
UCO Checkout Services offers a variety of equipment for Faculty, Staff and Students
Request information and support for Learn@UCO (D2L)
Request approval to purchase new software for use on UCO-owned computers or devices.
Request to have SAS installed or updated on your UCO owned and/or personal computer
Get assistance with password resets and access to UCO systems (UCONNECT, D2L, Banner, Degree Works, etc) and file shares.
Learn how to securely access your UCO accounts with DUO Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)
Request help related to your email service.
Request general information and support for CRM-Recruit/Slate Admissions.
Place a marketing project request with the Campus Enterprises Marketing Team.
Unable to login to UCO's VPN?
Request content updates for the UCO website.
Request communications and marketing services from University Communications, including graphic design, video, news releases, photography, professional writing, campaign planning, social media and other professional services.
Request general information and support for the UCONNECT campus portal.
Guest Access to UCO Wireless Network.
Request IT support for your project
Zoom is a Universal platform available on windows, apple and IOS and android devices for creating virtual meetings.
Request an additional network drop for your office or area.
QR Codes and shortlinks (go.uco.edu/example) allows for long web links to be made presentable in websites, print materials, marketing and social media.