Information Services

Technology Support

Computing Services

Undergraduate students are supported with a variety of computing services. Students will receive an SCU Username that provides access to multiple digital services via MySCU. Students also have access to ubiquitous high-speed wired and wireless networks for campus resources as well as connection to the internet via the University’s 10 Gbps connections. Students may use the network to access their Gmail and Google Workspace account, Camino learning management system, SmartPrint, Zoom web conferencing, Portfolium, Qualtrics, and endpoint protection/antivirus software.

SCU email is used by the University as one of the communication channels to send official notifications to undergraduate students, and is also used as a frequent communication tool between and among faculty and students. Students are therefore urged to use their SCU email address as their primary email. Students who opt to utilize other email services are advised to check their SCU email periodically to avoid missing important communications.

The University provides over 150 PC and Mac workstations in the Learning Commons with a variety of software packages to support both general computing needs and multimedia production.

Free guest wireless access is also available for students’ visiting friends and family.


All students have access to administrative information and services at all times through Workday.  Workday services include the ability to enroll in classes, review financial accounts, maintain personal information like addresses and phone numbers, request housing, buy parking permits, and more.

Student employees use Workday to view their paycheck, fill out their timesheet, and more.

Information Security

The Information Security Office advocates for the protection of the University’s information assets, and works with campus groups to ensure that students, faculty, and staff have access to all of the information resources they need. This office provides advice to the SCU community on how to best protect themselves, as well as ensuring that the University is protected against malware, virus outbreaks, and other attacks with modern defense capabilities.

AV/Media Support

Located on the first floor of the Harrington Learning Commons, Media Services offers a broad range of audio, digital video, web, graphics, and multimedia equipment, resources, and services. All students have access to equipment and services for class use, class-related projects, and co-curricular use. Media Services supports technology in classrooms, conference rooms, and campus events spaces; Zoom web conferencing and Panopto video hosting; campus digital signage; poster printing for academic needs; and SCU’s cable TV system in the residence halls using Xfinity On Campus.  

Instructional Technology Support

Located on the first floor of the Harrington Learning Commons, the Instructional Technology team supports a broad range of resources and services, including the Camino Learning Management System; campus instructional tools and technology; multimedia and multimodal student projects; and the Digital Media Lab on the third floor of the Learning Commons.

Technology Help Desk

Located on the first floor of the Harrington Learning Commons, staff are ready to help you with your computing and network needs. During the academic quarter, the Technology Help Desk is typically open​ seven days a week.  Specific hours and contact information, as well as summer and intersession hours, can be found on the SCU Technology website.

Technology Training

Technology Training delivers software training and support to SCU students. Services include classes, office hours, and web tutorials that are tailored to help users learn software applications used in teaching, learning, and scholarship. More information about the services offered through Technology Training can be found on the Technology Training website.