Helpdesk at the University of Charleston

The University of Charleston's Helpdesk is part of UC ITS. Contact us with any technology related issues you experience while at UC.

IT Services & Resource Links

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Submit a Ticket

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Check on Ticket Status

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Browse Public FAQs

View our archive of Frequently Asked Questions.

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Welcome to UC ITS

Welcome to the University of Charleston Information Technology Services. This website is to serve as a landing page for our ticketing system, and also hold useful information for Faculty, Staff, and Students.

From this website, you can submit new tickets, check on ticket statuses, or browse public frequently asked questions. Also available are downloads of common UC software, Links to recommended software, information about UC's IT infrastructure & current projects, and access to services available for users.

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Can't Get Logged In???
TurboIT Password Management View video tutorial »

UC has recently issued a mandatory password change for all employees.

    New Password Requirements::
  • Must be at least 8 characters long
  • Must have at least 1 uppercase letter
  • Must have at least 1 lowercase letter
  • Must have at least 1 number
  • Must have at least 1 special character (e.g. !@#$%^&*)

Technology Security Tips:

Keeping your accounts and devices secure is important, both at UC and with your personal devices. Passwords should be changed from time to time. You should also keep track of your devices to ensure they are secure. Click here to change your UC Password!

While on campus:
  • Never use USB Flash Drives you find laying around, these could be malicious.
  • Regularly check your computer for unknown devices plugged into it.
  • Never disclose your password to anyone. Only you should know your UC password.
  • Lock your workstation unless you are using it.
With your personal devices / Everyday life:
  • Always use different passwords for different websites. Use Keypass to keep track of these.
  • Change your passwords from time to time, especially after a data breach is published.
  • Keep a lock screen on your mobile devices.
  • Consider using an AntiVirus software.
  • Never enter credentials into any website with "http://" at the beginning of the URL. "https://" is perfectly fine.