Are you new to Georgia State or just not sure where to find a technology resource? See below for our most commonly used resources for students. Get started by completing the setup for the items below or find out at a glance how you can access needed resources.
Your CampusID username and password are used to log into most technology systems on campus, including PAWS, iCollege, PantherMail student email and many others. You can activate your CampusID by setting your password, security questions and other settings or change your CampusID password if you need to reset it at campusid.gsu.edu.
Duo multifactor authentication is used to verify your account login using your mobile device, a telephone or passcode. Set up or manage your Duo settings with the information at: technology.gsu.edu/duo
Check your PantherMail student email account for your [email protected] employee email address for official university-related information. Find out about free Microsoft Office software for your multiple devices, Onedrive cloud file storage and more in your email account.
GSU is the name of the wireless network for university faculty, staff and students while on campus. Get set up and find out about using wireless at other institutions.
You can download up to five copies of Microsoft Office to use on devices. You may also need to access academic software such as Grammarly, Mathmatica, NVIVO and others for your coursework.
Lab print jobs are processed by the PantherPrint System. You can print remotely using MobilePrint.
Digital Learners to Leaders offers a wide variety of FREE technology and software workshops in-person and online.
We recommend students protect their personal computers by installing antivirus software. Find out about available antivirus to keep your computer safe.
The CATLAB is a general-use computer lab that also offers state-of-the-art facilities to create, edit, and share media projects.
The EXLAB makerspace is a collaborative environment centered around experiential learning, creativity and innovation. Soundboard ideas, create a robot, learn 3D printing or sewing and learn about VR gaming.
vLab is a virtual desktop environment that offers a variety of specialized software for coursework. Students can connect to vLab from anywhere, including from off campus.
Using the university's virtual private network (VPN) helps you connect to certain resources that are only available when you are connected to the university network. Support documentation for protected resources may direct you to use the VPN.
Learn to protect yourself from cyber threats online and stay cyber safe. In the training you'll learn to recognize and protect against increasingly common digital threats that can result in identify theft, information compromise and financial harm. Earn points toward rewards for completion, including a special graduation cord.