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Any add, move or change related to a telephone line or telephone.

ERP/Information Administrative Systems, Institutional Data

Support related to authenticating to services using your Middlebury account

A learning management system (LMS) is a platform that can be used for creating course websites, online quizzes, exams, and forums.

Request help with a printer on the Middlebury campus or with questions or issues printing from your device.

Middlebury has a wired network infrastructure which extends to the majority of building and rooms on campus.

General support for computer hardware and mobile devices including tablets and smart phones.

Offerings that respond to, remediate, and seek to prevent security incidents and vulnerabilities.


Apporto is a virtualization tool which allows apps and virtual desktops to be delivered via web browser. No VPN or desktop client required.

Request support for peripheral devices, including monitors, mice, keyboards, dongles, cables and other common computer peripheral equipment.


Request repair on a Middlebury owned device.


Canvas is a learning management system (LMS) that can be used for creating course websites, online quizzes, exams and forums.

Video conferencing software provided by Middlebury College. You can host meetings and webinars. Share your screen, record your meetings, and live stream, among many other options.

Email is an electronic messaging service available to all Middlebury faculty, staff and students

Support for telephony and components of the telephone system including audio conferencing and soft phone software.

Any software tools which facilitate collaboration

Use this for to request additional printer quota.

Information regarding Middlebury accounts and passwords

Please use this form to submit an issue related to a printing or copying device.

Guest access is used for some services like Canvas, WordPess, and Azure Active Directory.

General telephone support

A virtual private network connection allows off-campus devices to securely access on-campus resources