NOTE: Do NOT log in to student version of Office 365 suite IF you already have an active subscription to Office365 from outside UNC Chapel Hill. This is even more important if you plan to use OneNote.
School of Medicine IT: Go at least a day/preferably two in advance of library session
Bring your devices (laptops, smart phones, tablets, iPads, etc.)
Will help set up Eduroam, [UNC-PSK networking, backup/optional], F1000 Workspace citation manager (download and install; tools including desktop), dual authentication/verification
Note: if you already have Eduroam installed from an institution other than UNC Chapel Hill, it is best to remove that first.
For UNC-PSK network, you must let them know you will need to use your laptop/devices not just in SOM buildings, but also campus buildings such as the libraries.
Live Chat help: help.med.unc.edu
Regarding Minimum computer requirements (from SOM IT):
Android devices: 5/lollipop or above (6/marshmallow, 7/nuggat, 8/oreo, 9/pie)
MAC/iOS: Sierra/10.12 or higher; preferred High Sierra/10.13
Windows: Windows 10
Students: most students will not have PHI/SI on their devices and will not require encryption. If you do, then SOM IT can advise you on the encryption process, but you will be responsible for completing the tasks and storing your recovery token safely.
Faculty/Staff: SOM IT will assist you with encryption if you have PHI/SI on your device.
ITS Software Acquisition provides a single, centralized point of contact to find and obtain software on campus. The ITS Software Acquisition office also provides software media to Students, Faculty, Staff and Visiting Scholars. Procedures for obtaining software will vary depending on the license agreement. Software is free or deeply discounted for qualified UNC users.
This site provides you with the latest versions of UNC supported programs and applications. Some applications have special licensing restrictions and can not be downloaded from this site. However, many of these may be found on our Software Acquisition site, above.
The Carolina Veterans Resource Center (CVRC) is the next iteration of the efforts of the Office of the Dean of Students and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to serve and support the Carolina student veteran and military-affiliated student population. The CVRC will serve as a central location for these students to find resources as well as a community to support and aide them during their journey as Tar Heels. The Center provides study space, a lounge, conference rooms, and a lactation room.
From prospective student support, from and to our Red, White, and Carolina Blue Graduation Ceremony, the CVRC will serve as a hub for the support and recognition of our military-affiliated student population throughout their Carolina experience.