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Maintenance & Servicing of Accounts/netIDs for Students, Faculty, and Staff

Assistance with the creation of student, faculty, and staff accounts for use of the network resources and access to the Internet.


Maintenance of Account Passwords (PUaccess)

The PUaccess service permits users to activate their accounts, set their security profile, which includes reset of passwords, anti-phishing images, and challenge questions.


Maintenance of Classroom AV Equipment

Media Services maintains the classroom technology in all "A" & "B" classrooms (as classified by the Registrar). Problems with classroom technology should be reported to 258-3196 or


Management of Quota for Unix Accounts

OIT provides 5 GB of personal server storage space on the Central File Server for each University computing account. The Central File Server is an efficient way to share, move, and store files for users who need access from multiple locations. Members of the campus community can use their personal space to store important files so that they are accessible from any network-connected computer. OIT also provides folders for departmental file sharing, cross-departmental file sharing, and a software download folder on the Central File Server.


Matriculation Online and Back Office

Matriculation Online and Back Office -- Princeton Admissions used to mail each matriculated student a packet of forms to be completed and returned to various offices.  The Web-Based Matriculation Online System allows us to capture matriculated student’s data from the web rather than from multiple paper forms.  By using web-based forms we can streamline the process by creating one front-end for freshmen to use when providing data to various university offices. In addition, new students will benefit from “one-stop shopping” when providing data to Princeton University since the Matriculation Forms will be accessible from the main freshman website.
The data collected from this website will be fed back into PeopleSoft (Campus Community, and Student Records) as well as distributed to the central offices systems.
A.  “One-stop shopping” for freshmen where they can enter information by required  multiple offices:

  • Housing
  • Health Services
  • Office of the Dean of the College
  • Office of the Registrar
  • Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students
  • Undergraduate Admissions
  • Athletics
  • Disability- Accommodations Office

B. Electronically deliver freshman data to multiple offices across campus.
C. Consolidate forms on-line and eliminate redundant requests for data from students.
D. Eliminate duplication of data entry across campus; increase the accuracy and timeliness of collected data.
E. Meet ‘data deadlines’ for each office.



Media Central

Media Central, a web-based media management system, provides a central repository for storing, managing, and delivering video and audio content. It stores all your media in one location, allowing you to manage content quickly and efficiently. Media Central also allows you to customize metadata to organize, tag, and search files, and convert media into various file formats for use on multiple platforms including websites, iPad's, YouTube, Facebook and Blackboard.

Media Central is powered by Kaltura, an open source media management platform.



Medical Benefits System

The Medical Benefits System is used by the Treasurer Office to coordinate the billing and reciept of payments for employees as well as retirees who must pay for their coverage directly rather than through the payroll system.


Mobile Device Loaner Program

Provides loaner devices from AT&T and Verizon. The devices have international data/voice capabilities.


Mobile IP - Portable Computer Network Connection

OIT's Mobile Networking Services is a campus network services that permits registered hosts to gain network access outside the host's normal location. Members of the campus community can use the service to receive network services without reconfiguring their computer or updating its Host Database entry.


Mobile Technology Loaner Program

iPhones, Cell phones and Broadband Data Cards are available for short-term loan to faculty and staff who are traveling on University business. The program includes phones that provide international coverage.


Mobile Technology Purchasing Program

OIT Telephone Services provides support to departments in all areas of mobile technology. 

Services include:

  • Discounts on monthly service plans and equipment.
  • Consultation for the selection of mobile devices and cost effective service plans
  • Training and support for the management of online accounts with the major wireless vendors.