Popular Services

This service provides purchasing consultation, hardware procurement, configuration, distribution, loaning, asset tracking, refreshing (upgrades and replacements), and technology recycling for university owned computers that are supported by the Information Technology Services organization before, during, and after their use until the time they are no longer the property of Framingham State.


Access to a system or application (Banner, Evisions, Xtender, etc.).


A service for 4+1 Undergraduate students to request registration for a Coordinator-approved Graduate-level course.


Administrative and technical support for the provisioning of software applications that are locally installed on a computer or mobile device, accessed from a Software as a Service (SaaS) provider via the cloud, or accessed from a virtual application or virtual desktop.


For general issues logging into any of Framingham State applications.


Did you receive an error message when trying to register? Do you need to change your Enrollment Status? Use this Service to provide additional information so we can get you back on track.


This service provides faculty and staff with the tools, knowledge, and assistance they need to ensure adequate data stewardship (quality standards, agreed upon definitions, and authorized access), and the ability to design, develop and/or run reports using data extracted from centrally managed information systems supported by the University’s Information Technology Services organization. This includes the administration of and technical support for the University’s data management and reporting infrastructure.


Microsoft Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) creates an additional layer of security when logging into your Microsoft Office 365 account. This additional security is associated with something in your possession, such as a personal smartphone, that would be unavailable to someone who gained access to your Microsoft Office 365 account.


This service offering includes a combination of professional services, generally accepted best practices, and technologies supported by the University’s Information Technology Services organization that are either used in some combination or individually to help automate, improve, and measure business processes. Technology applications Include document imaging, electronic signatures, online forms, workflow management, job scheduling, along with other various forms of process automation and improvement.


Support for end-point devices, including laptops, desktops, mobile devices, and related peripherals that are not in the printing service. These devices might be personally or institutionally owned (including loaner equipment) and might be part of a shared pool or a computer lab. Includes support for the associated operating system, hardware, and systems that provide enterprise management of computing devices.


Support for academic assessment efforts at the course, department, and program level using analytics.


Information Technology Services (ITS) offers limited support for auxiliary or ancillary information systems within the University (a.k.a. “departmental systems”) that are not part of the primary administrative and student information system of record (a.k.a. Banner). These information systems include those not covered by one of the other service descriptions that are used to support; health and human services, campus police, library services, governance, policy administration, among other things. While these systems may be hosted locally within the University’s data center or in the cloud, ITS primarily provides essential technological infrastructure (e.g., network connectivity), varying levels of integration, basic troubleshooting, and security oversight. Responsibility for more comprehensive support for the management and day-to-day administration of these departmental systems typically resides within an administrative office outside of ITS.


If your inquiry does not align with the categories above, use this Service to submit your request.


This service helps to prepare for and provide a response to known or possible instances of compromised systems or breached security in order to mitigate damage, ensure legal compliance, and expedite remediation.


Administrative, instructional, and technical support to ensure technology enhanced classrooms, labs and other collaborative spaces on campus are adequately designed, suitably equipped, and fully functional to meet the needs of faculty and students for remote, in person, or blended (a.k.a. Hybrid) teaching and learning modalities.


This service provides administration and support for the University’s voice and communications systems used for telephony (VoIP, SIP and analog), voicemail, conference calling, virtual “soft phones”, call queues, ring groups and digital receptionists (formerly “phone trees” or auto-attendants).


Use this service to submit a question or concern regarding a Degree Audit.


Information Technology Services (ITS) offers limited support for decentralized enrollment management systems within the University (a.k.a. “departmental systems”) that are not part of the student information system (a.k.a. Banner). These systems, primarily managed by administrative offices, facilitate communications, process support, decision making, and online services associated with enrollment management functions such as; admissions, financial aid, orientation, academic advising, student success, athletics, career services, and alumni relations. Whether hosted locally within the University’s data center or in the cloud, ITS primarily provides essential technological infrastructure (e.g., network connectivity), varying levels of integration, basic troubleshooting, and security oversight. Responsibility for more comprehensive support for the management and day-to-day administration of these departmental systems typically resides within an administrative office outside of ITS.


Provisioning, hosting, and administration of physical and virtual servers and related storage. Includes the maintenance and provisioning of core storage capabilities such as server storage and database backups.


The Network and Connectivity Management service offered by the University's central IT organization encompasses the architecture, installation, and operation of essential infrastructure components required for network connectivity. This includes network cabling, switches, wireless access points, routers, and firewalls. The service also covers the connection of devices (including Internet of Things devices) to the network, the implementation of secure access measures, and appropriate authentication procedures such as network registration systems.


This service provides the administrative and technical support for creating and maintaining shared accounts that two or more individuals have access to for a department, position, project, or function.


This service provides the administrative and technical support necessary to ensure the secure exchange of data and communications between different IT systems and applications. This may involve implementing Application Program Interfaces (APIs), middleware, and other technologies to enable various systems to work together and share information. The various ways to integrate systems and exchange data may be implemented as a standalone service or combined together as part of a larger service package. They may also be provided by a third-party vendor or developed in-house by the Information Technology Services (ITS) organization.


Most University owned laptops have a laptop password available for users to install software on their machines.


This service provides administrative, management, and technical support for the University’s enterprise-wide intranet platform (a.k.a. Microsoft SharePoint) which enables academic departments, colleges, administrative offices, and divisions to create and maintain private websites that only allow Framingham State students, faculty, and staff access to documents, forms, and other information resources through a secure login.


Centrally managed administrative and technical support for networked printers and copier hardware and software including multi-function devices capable of copying, scanning, faxing, and printing. This also includes print quota systems, 3D printing, and other replicating technologies.