Commonly Asked IT Questions
- Where can I plug in?
Where are the computers, printers, and scanners?
Where can I get on the network?
1 Does NOT include networked computers
3 Simultaneous users
Where can I get help?
All registered students on the Ann Arbor campus are eligible to receive the services and resources included in the Information Technology Services (ITS) Standard Computing Services at no charge.
Check your standard computing services and Sites printing (non-Law School) usage at the ITS accounts page.
Who do I contact?
Help with U-M technological problems including Lawyers Club networking.
Sells hardware & software at educational prices.
ITS Tech Guide
Provides overview of all technology services provided to students by ITS
SITES (Campus) Printing
All U-M students receive a $24.00 Sites printing quota. This quota is used to print to printers at Campus Computing Sites, and to the three Sites printers in the Law School. Black and white pages are charged at 6 cents per printed side. (Double-sided printing counts as two pages.)
Warranty and non-warranty hardware and software repairs for Apple (including iPad and iPhone), Dell, HP, Microsoft Surface, and devices covered by Safeware, plus low-cost assistance with a variety of laptop/desktop maintenance services for all types of computers.
Security and safe computing
Free antivirus software for U-M students; how to protect your computer from viruses and more.
Learn how to spot phishing attempts, and how to report these to ITS.
Law Student Tech Lab
Will be available in the fall.
Sub-2 Law Library
Software (on Law School PC computers)
- Chrome, Firefox
- Lexis for Microsoft Office
- Bloomberg (Web)
- M+Google email (Web)
- MS Office Professional 2016 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, OneNote)
- Corel WordPerfect X3
- Acrobat DC Pro
Software on Sites Mac Computers
The Law School is 100% wireless network capable.
- 1 networked student printer (Xerox D95)
- 1 Lexis printer
The Lexis printers are not Law School-owned printers. Students are NOT charged for Lexis printing as long as the Lexis print-outs are directed to the designated Lexis printers (if you direct your Lexis print-outs to the Law School's regular networked duplex printers, you will be charged).