Technology Support at UCF

Orlando Campus: Tech Support at Your College

Your first stop for technology-related questions, including computer log-ins, video equipment, laptops, and laptop projectors, should be the technology office for your College:

  • BHC (Burnett Honors College): 407-823-2076
  • CAH (College of Arts and Humanities): CNH-401/402, 407-823-2719, cahtech@mail.ucf.edu
  • CECS (College of Engineering and Computer Science): ENG2-201B, 407-823-0085
  • CBA (College of Business Administration): BA2-203, 407-823-4170
  • CEDHP (College of Education and Human Performance): Ed-106, 407-823-6047
  • COHPA (College of Health and Public Affairs): iSAT facility in HPA1-105, 407-823-0112
  • COM (College of Medicine): 407-266-1459
  • CON (College of Nursing): 12201 Research Pkwy, 407-823-2744, IT Services 407-823-5045
  • COS (College of Sciences): CSB-231, 407-823-2793, cosit@ucf.edu
  • CREOL (College of Optics and Photonics): CREOL-111; 407-823-6807
  • RCHM (Rosen College of Hospitality Management): Rosen Campus; 407-903-8065

Regional Campuses

Faculty members teaching on the regional campuses should address their technology questions to the local tech support office.

University-Wide Technology

Some technology support is administered at a university level:

If you are uncertain where to find more assistance, contact the Faculty Center (407-823-3544 or fctl@ucf.edu) for advice on whom to call.

 

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