Get Started with Tech

Discover how IT Services can provide the resources for your academic success.
Art Miller

Discover how IT Services can provide the resources for your academic success.

Technology plays an important role in learning and living at the U of A! Get familiar with tech resources so you're confident and ready to go during your first week of classes. The first step is ensuring you can access your UARK account and email. If this is the first time logging into email, you may be prompted to register for multi-factor authentication.

Email is provided through Office 365 Outlook. Log into Outlook Online with your UARK email address (including @uark.edu) and password.

IT Services also provides resources such as:

If you're looking to purchase your own computer, the Tech Store can match one specifically to your major. The Tech Store also offers a Service Center to provide diagnosis and repair work on all computers and laptop devices.    

Laser printing is available in Tech Spot labs. Color printing is available in the Arkansas Union, Mullins Library and J.B. Hunt Center labs. To retrieve your print job in a Tech Spot lab, scan the QR code posted on the printer and follow the instructions on your screen. 

It is essential to protect your identity and devices from cybersecurity threats. Complete the quick cybersecurity checklist to ensure you keep your data and university resources safe from attacks.

Need help? The IT Help Desk provides support seven days a week in the Arkansas Union, as well by virtual chat online or by phone.  

Contacts

Rachel Gerner, content strategist
University Information Technology Services
479-387-3824, rgerner@uark.edu

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