We are an academic and research community driven to develop big ideas and tackle challenging problems. Our technology supports these efforts.
Technology capabilities include a high-speed campus network infrastructure with extensive wireless access, innovative learning and teaching spaces, digital media capabilities to enhance instruction, high-performance computing for research and self-service administrative systems.
Tools for Learning and Collaboration
Students use the web and a portfolio of mobile applications to register for classes, communicate with faculty and colleagues, and administer their campus activities. Many faculty incorporate active learning with flexible technology, often improving student learning and participation.
- WUSTL Box (cloud-based content management and file sharing)
- Office 365 Pro Plus apps
Computing on Campus
Wireless networking throughout the residential areas, gathering spaces and many classrooms gives students flexible access to academic materials, software, printing services and entertainment. Computing labs in residential areas and classroom buildings provide additional computing resources.
Computing centers on the Danforth and Medical campuses provide access to virtual computing environments, cloud computing services and high-performance computing clusters for faculty. A secure, high-availability, high-speed data network interconnects all campuses and links the university with Internet and National Lambda Rail research networks. The many classrooms equipped with multimedia technology and network connectivity provide a wide range of options for teaching.
- Arts & Sciences computing labs
- McKelvey School of Engineering computer labs
- Olin School of Business Information Services
- School of Medicine Central IT Services
WashU 2FA two-step authentication provides a second layer of security to your WUSTL Key account when accessing the WashU Human Resources Management System.
Your Washington University ID gives you access to your meal points, Bear Bucks and buildings on campus.
Students Shaping Technology
Students help to shape the technology on campus. Student Technology Services facilitates a variety of creative programs to assist the Washington University community with involvement in technology on campus.
Tech support for residential students is available from Student Technology Services and for graduate and non-residential students from WashU Tech Den.