University software policy

A new enterprise software acquisition process at the university is in effect.

University site license for Oracle Java products

The U purchased a one-time subscription license that covers Oracle Java products for campus to give system administrators time to migrate to no-cost Java products.

Research tool survey

Your response will help us determine a license cost structure for academic and administrative use at the U.

New 646 telephone prefix

The university added a new prefix to the list of those available for U telephone numbers.

Kronos downtime

Kronos will undergo planned maintenance on Friday, June 21-Saturday, June 22, 2019, from 10 p.m.-4 a.m.

Former employee UMail accounts being deactivated

Starting in April 2019, University Information Technology (UIT) began disabling access to UMail accounts of former staff, faculty and affiliates.

Windows 7 support will end in 2020

Microsoft will stop providing security updates and support for Windows 7 on Jan. 14, 2020.

Geographic Information Systems team photo

Modern day cartographers

The Geographic Information team helps the campus community—from vehicle navigation to weather modeling to population dynamics on a global scale.

Changes to accessing student data in campus directory

Starting Tuesday, February 12, 2019, the University of Utah online Campus Directory will require users to log in with their uNID and CIS password to view student directory information.

File sharing and copyright violation

Every year, as a result of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and the Higher Education Opportunity Act, The University of Utah distributes a notice about its policy regarding peer-to-peer file sharing and copyright violations.