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Technology Accounts and Services

Syracuse University students are given two accounts upon acceptance: an SU NetID, and an official Syracuse University Email address, with the suffix “”. These accounts grant students access to the many technology services that they will use during their academic career at Syracuse. Syracuse University’s Information Technology Services (ITS) division also has a webpage dedicated to providing assistance for all generally-available University technology services:

*Please note that once a student has an official Syracuse University Email address, all official electronic communications from the Whitman School of Management will be sent to that address.

SU Services accessed using your SU NetID

  • Blackboard – Syracuse University’s online learning platform.
  • Campus Computing Labs – note that some schools may grant exclusive access based on enrollment.
  • MySlice – Used for financial aid, course enrollment, campus announcements and information, as well as many other resources.
  • Handshake – Syracuse University’s career and internship services portal
  • Syracuse University Printing – Used for managing/adding to a student’s available print quota. Printing for Whitman students within the Whitman building is significantly discounted.
  • SURA - (Windows) or SU VPN (Mac)
  • WiFi (AirOrangeX) – Syracuse University’s wireless internet connection, available in the residence halls and across campus.

SU Services accessed using your SU Email address

  • SUMail Syracuse University’s student Email service.
  • Microsoft Office 365 Each active Syracuse University student is eligible to download Microsoft Office 365. Specific terms of use, software availability and download instructions are available.

Accounts and Services @ Whitman

Whitman students pay a technology fee beyond general Syracuse University tuition. That fee pays for the provision of services and technology that are exclusive to Whitman students. Examples include:

  • Access to public computing labs, exclusively restricted for Whitman-enrolled students. (Labs are replenished on a short cycle, keeping the newest technology at our students’ fingertips).
  • Technology-enabled Team-rooms – rooms with professional-grade LED monitors used as collaborative work environments.
  • Whitman's Remote Desktop, a web-based framework for providing access to license- or compatibility-restricted software to Whitman students.
  • Discounted printing costs inside the Whitman building.
  • Laptops dedicated to classroom use for students who are unable to bring their own computers to class, or for instructors who need specific software to use in-class.
  • Short-term computer and electronic equipment loans.
  • Whitman-dedicated computing support services including hardware and software repair and installation, virus removal, etc.
      • CompTIA A+, Dell, and Apple Certified
      • Provision of warranty-level support for Dell and Apple computers
  • Access to Microsoft Windows and other Microsoft software titles for free through Whitman's OnTheHub Site.
  • Excel Training and Certification programs and materials through Pearson Vue, Microsoft, and Certiport.

If you have any questions regarding any of the information you’ve just read, we encourage you to please contact us by email at, by phone at 315-443-2342, or in person at Whitman 210C.