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Welcome to Drew's Technology Help and Information space on U-KNOW. Use this space to locate information on all of the technology services offered at Drew.

For more information, including service hours and contact information, please visit the Drew University Technology website.
You can also call the UT Service Center during business hours with any questions or to open a service ticket at 973-408-4357 (HELP).

Faculty/Staff Resources

Finding Technology Help on Campus
Faculty/Staff Lab: Brothers College 11, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm weekdays (walk-ins welcome)

See what workshops are being offered
Passwords and Logging In - How to reset your password, password requirements, and tips on keeping your password secure

Microsoft Office Home Use Program (you must be logged in to view)

Duo Security and Two-Factor Authentication

Online Programs:



Operating systems:

Office applications:

Web Based Programs

U-KNOW: The University Knowledge Platform


Access to Files While Off-Campus (Remote Access) - A quick guide to network file and program access when you're not plugged-in to the Drew network

WordPress: Drew University WordPress Editing and Style Guide

Drew University Technology now recommends that all campus computers download and use Google Chrome as their internet browser. We believe the increased functionality you will find when logged in to your Drew Google account will be very useful.

Student Resources

Start Here: Frequently Asked Questions

Didn't find what you were looking for in the FAQ? Find Technology Help at Drew!

Student Quick Reference page: links for TreeHouse, Moodle, and Network Drives, among other things

Class of 2017: Please register your recommended laptops to receive premium support (you must be logged in)

Passwords and Logging In: how to reset your password, password requirements, and tips on keeping your password secure

Proxy Access: how to give permission for someone else to view your records in TreeHouse.

Drew Dissertation Information

Introduction to Moodle for Students

Guidelines for Posters

Social Media: A Student's Guide to what the world already knows about you, and how it can directly affect your future employment.

Web Pages for Student Groups:


You must be an authorized Drew Club or Group Web Editor to use this service. You must first set up a training at the Student Technology Education Lab (973-408-4357). Please contact the Office of Student Activities for more information.

Drew Network Information

Network drives:
Drew provides storage and collaboration space in drives automatically populated for computers logged in to the campus network.

Wireless networking:

Applications available over the network:

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