2FA is on the way!

Protect your data and you may win an Apple Watch! The first 300 students to register for 2FA from August 9 – Aug 26 midnight, will be entered to win an Apple Watch. Disclaimer: current student employees of WashU IT- STS are not eligible to win. Instructions on how to enroll: https://sites.wustl.edu/washuit/home/how-to/wustl-connect/washu-2fa-two-step-authentication/enrollment/

MATLAB – FREE for students

Washington University in St. Louis has a Campus-Wide License for MATLAB, Simulink, and add-on products. Students may use these products for teaching, research, and learning at no charge. The license allows all students to install the products on personally owned computers (Please see installation instructions pdf). About MatLab and Simulink MatLab, the language of technical […]

New @ WashU #WashU23

New @ WashU #WashU23
Student Technology Services (STS) is here to provide support for all your technology needs. These FAQs should help get you get some answers and connected to the various tech resources at the University. Who do I contact for tech help? Look for the STC card on your suite door! The Student Technology Coordinators (STCs) are […]

Students – Tell us about your tech – win a Bluetooth Speaker!

Students – Tell us about your tech – win a Bluetooth Speaker!
Take our tech survey and you'll be entered to win a Bose SoundLink Revolve speaker. It takes just a couple of minutes to tell us what gadgets you'll use on campus, how you watch or stream TV, what you think of the wireless coverage. Take the survey now! Must be a current Washington University Student […]

PaperCut Web Print – How to?

PaperCut Web Print – How to?
Printing from your laptop and mobile devices is available via PaperCut Web Print! In order to print via PaperCut Web Print, you must be connected to WUSTL-2.0 or WUSTL-2.0-encrypted wireless network.  

Two-factor authentication change for +86 phone numbers

Two-factor authentication changes for those with +86 phone number:   Duo two-factor authentication is no longer able to deliver automated phone calls for authentication to users with +86 numbers. All other authentication methods, including phone-based options such as Duo Push and SMS passcodes, are not affected.   More information is available at https://help.duo.com/s/article/5001?language=en_US

STS Digital Signage Request

STS Digital Signage Request
Student Technology Services features digital displays in our South 40 residential computer labs and our service desk. Digital signage requests can be submitted using the form below. The run time for submissions is typically limited to two weeks. Digital Signage Guidelines The following guide shows requirements for submissions. Submissions that do not meet these requirements […]