Information Technology

Psychological Sciences Information Technology, or Psych IT, supports the use of technology by faculty, staff, and student researchers in the Department of Psychological Sciences.

Psych IT provides support for teaching rooms, office computers, laptops, and printers, as well as help with websites, programming, and managing datasets. We work with colleagues in CLAS IT to provide quality services to members of our Department. We also collaborate with UConn ITS on tasks like software licensing and downloads, creation of Q-Drive and R-Drive storage, email customization, virtual machines.

If you are an undergraduate student who needs technical support, please visit Uconn Information Technology Services (ITS) Tech Support.

Psych IT Resources

Faculty, staff, and students can request to reserve rooms in the Bousfield Psychology Building online:

For more information about building and key access requests, visit the Internal Resources page.



Psych IT supports the following printers in the Bousfield Psychology Building.

More UConn IT Resources

UConn IT System Status Check for problems with major IT services, such as UConn email, websites, HuskyCT, or report a problem to the UConn Technology Support Center.

UConn NetID At UConn, faculty, staff, students, and affiliates receive a unique network identifier (NetID). NetID credentials allow you to log in to a wide variety of computing services at the University of Connecticut, including the Student Administration System (SAS), your UConn email account, HuskyCT online course tools, and many other technology resources.

Check Your Email Online Faculty and staff can access their Outlook account in their browser via the Office 365 web portal.

File Storage for Faculty and Staff UConn’s enterprise file services offers individual home directories (P: drive), departmental file storage (Q: drive), and research drives (R: drive). Find out more and get to know the differences.

OneDrive Microsoft OneDrive is a cloud file storage service that the University provides to all faculty, staff, and students via the Microsoft 365 subscription. View OneDrive training.

IT Guide to Telecommuting Find out how to collaborate and share files, host virtual meetings, access UConn resources remotely, and more.