Your Universal Identification Number lets you log in to HRConnect, TrainTraq and other A&M System resources.
Your NetID is a username for logging in to many Texas A&M IT resources. Set up Self-Service Password Reset to be able to reset your NetID password if you forget it. Tech Basics
Get connected to many Texas A&M resources - all with one login.
Read how-to information on email, messaging, mobile email and more.
You may be eligible through your department to buy discounted software for your personally owned computer.
Connect your laptop or mobile device to campus wireless.
Communication options are available for offices, classes, seminars and meetings.
We're open 24/7! Contact us for answers to your computing questions.
Learn how to integrate instructional technology into teaching through no-cost, hand-on training or self-serve help resources.
Supercomputing experts aid users involved in large-scale computation for their research.
Learn about computer software applications and other professional development topics.
Advanced supercomputing resources and expert analysts assist faculty needing to perform large-scale computations for research and teaching.
eCampus is the centrally supported learning management system for developing and teaching courses partially or completely online
Technology-enhanced classrooms include computers, projectors, Sympodiums and more
Use lab computers with over 150 software programs.
KAMU's television and radio broadcast services support educational outreach by producing distance learning courses.
Help ensure security of campus systems and computers, as well as your personal information.
Sign up to receive text message alerts during a campus emergency.
Securely access the campus network from your home computer or mobile phone.
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