Your guide to IT at UniMelb

Welcome to The University of Melbourne! The University has a wide range of digital tools, information and services to help you study on-campus and remotely. The Student IT team is here to help get you set up and connected, ready for study.

Studying on-campus

  1. Connecting to Wi-Fi

    Wireless network (Wi-Fi) access is provided to students across all University buildings and grounds. Learn more about setting up your devices with UniWireless below.

    Conncting to UniWireless

  2. Printing and scanning

    Student Print allows easy printing, photocopying and scanning from on-campus libraries. Easily submit a job or manage your credit from the Print Portal, or use a library computer to submit a print job.

    About Student Print Print Portal

  3. Using Canvas LMS

    Find all your content for your subjects on Canvas LMS. If you are new to using Canvas, there’s a series of online guides to support you through key tasks, such as using TurnItIn to submit assignments, downloading lecture recordings, and accessing Canvas support channels for further help.

    Canvas LMS Support Guides

  4. Using student software

    There is a range of software that is available for installation on your personal device. This includes Microsoft Office, ArcGIS, AspenONE, SketchUp Pro, Stata and SPSS. For more information, click below.

    Available software

    A wide variety of software is also available for use from anywhere using myUniApps. The list includes Matlab, Minitab, NVIVO, RStudio, SAS, SPSS, Microsoft Project and Visio.

    You can connect directly through your browser or download Citrix Workspace to access myUniApps, depending on your preference. To get started, click below.

    Connect to myUniApps