Loyola University Chicago

Information Technology Services

Technology at Loyola

five things each student should know information technology services
Universal ID Your username and password are uniquely tied to you. Don’t share your password. Use the personal account manager online to setup password questions so you can change your password at any time. ITS will never ask you for your password on a phone call or via e-mail. 2X PLORE MORE E-MAIL In addition to your username and password, you’re also issued a Loyola e-mail address. All official University communication will be sent to your Loyola e-mail address. 2X PLORE MORE ELECTRONICS Many students come to campus with their own technologies including smart phones, laptops, MP3 players, game systems, and routers.  Online registration of personal technologies is required to connect your devices to Loyola’s network. Register your devices at  LUC.edu/resnet 2X PLORE MORE Sakai Sakai is your main stop for your daily course activity. Most instructors use Sakai to facilitate course documents, course activities, and instructor communication. Connect to Sakai anytime at sakai.luc.edu. 2X PLORE MORE LOCUS LOCUS is an integrated student information system that can be used to enroll in courses, view and process campus fiances, update personal information, request official transcripts and more at locus.luc.edu 2X PLORE MORE ITS HELP DESK Reach us at 4-ITS from any campus phone or at 773.508.4ITS (773.508.4487) from any phone off campus. The Help Desk schedule varies, but ITS support staff is generally available 14-hours a day during the week. The latest Help Desk schedule and other IT support information can be found at LUC.edu/its 2X PLORE MORE

NOTE: ITS also provides technology purchase information on the ITS Web site. Students should be aware that ResNet is a student support department in place to help students with their personal technologies. ResNet has offices on both the Lake Shore and Water Tower campuses and can be found online via the ResNet Web site.  More technology information for students can be found on the ITS Web site.