Technology woes getting you down? That’s why we’re here. The main mission of CIT is making sure the tools you use on a day-to-day basis just work, with no frustration and no fixing on your part.
CIT Help Desk Regular Hours
The CIT Help Desk will close on Wednesday, November 23 at 5:00 PM.
The ID Card Office will be closed on Wednesday, November 23.
|In-Person||Phone||Tech Support Portal|
|Monday||8 AM–8 PM||8 AM–8 PM||Anytime|
|Tuesday||8 AM–8 PM||8 AM–8 PM||Anytime|
|Wednesday||8 AM–8 PM||8 AM–8 PM||Anytime|
|Thursday||8 AM–8 PM||8 AM–8 PM||Anytime|
|Friday||8 AM–5 PM||8 AM–5 PM||Anytime|
|Saturday||12–5 PM||12–5 PM||Anytime|
|Sunday||12–8 PM||12–8 PM||Anytime|
Ways to Get Help
You can get help anytime — even outside of regular Help Desk hours — with our online Tech Support Portal, where you can find both ‘‘how-to’’ and ‘‘fix-it’’ articles for common issues or submit a support ticket to our behind-the-scenes experts.
There are a number of groups within CIT whose offices are located across campus. Our primary service location is the CIT Help Desk located on the main level of Mudd Center, but you'll find locations for other groups below.
|Office of the Director||Professional Services Building, Suite B|
|Administrative Computing Services||Professional Services Building, Suite B|
|Audiovisual Services||Mudd Center, Fourth Floor|
|CIT Help Desk||Mudd Center, First Floor inside the Academic Commons|
|Client Services||Mudd Center, Second and Third Floors|
|Digital Infrastructure||Professional Services Building, Suite B|
|OCTET||Professional Services Building, Suite D|
|ID Card Office||Mudd Center, Room 055|
You can email us any time, but all email messages will be converted automatically into a support ticket. Shortcut this process by starting at the CIT Tech Support Portal.
CIT provides full hardware and software support for all college-owned computers provided by CIT. Contact us as soon as practical to begin any necessary repairs.
Because of their specialized purposes and peripheral equipment and software, CIT can only provided limited support for research computers, i.e., those procured with research funds, grant funds, or startup funds.
CIT normally does not fund replacement computers for these systems once they reach the end of their life cycle. CIT staff members will provide advice to faculty seeking assistance in determining the best system possible to meet their research needs.
Faculty seeking advice in this regard should contact Client Services at firstname.lastname@example.org .
If your computer is an Apple or professional-grade HP and it has a serious hardware failure like a crashed hard drive, CIT can either repair your computer on site or facilitate the repair with the manufacturer.
If you have another brand, you’ll need to contact the manufacturer directly for assistance.
Any hardware repairs performed on personal computers are subject to fees for replacement parts and or labor, but most software fixes don‘t have any costs associated.
If you have questions about what costs may be incurred, ask the CIT Help Desk staff upon dropping off your computer for service.
CIT is not responsible for any data on a computer. Depending on the nature of the repair, the hard drive of a computer may require reformatting, thus erasing all data forever.
If possible, make a backup of your important data prior to bringing it to the CIT Help Desk.