Getting Started With ICT
All staff and students need a computer account in order to access University services. Staff and students will be required to abide by the University of Waikato Computer System Regulations.
Staff & Student Accounts
You will need a computer account in order to access computers, printing and internet on the campus network. Staff accounts require a User Access to be submitted and a student account is created automatically when they enrol.Staff Student
Resource Booker is the room booking tool staff and students use to book a room in Hamilton or Tauranga.
UniAccess has replaced UARM (User Access Request Management System) and is used to create a user account for a new, casual or full-time staff member or visitor. Users can update or change their account details or request access to a Resource (staff/department share).Info Access
A Gmail account allows for unparalleled flexibility and capacity. All you need is a web browser and internet access, and you’ll be tapped into all the features that set Gmail apart from other email services.Staff Student
Two Factor Authentication
Two-Factor Authentication – also known as 2FA, TFA, or two step verification – is an extra layer of security that ensures a person trying to log into an online account is who they say they are.View More Details
UniCash is the term used for money that is put on a student's account to allow printing and photocopying. Student must have a positive UniCash balance to carry out these functions. If you don't have enough money to cover the cost of a large print job, it will not print.View More Details
Enrolled students automatically get free internet when using campus WiFi and lab computers on both the Hamilton and Tauranga. Access to the internet for all students 'on campus' is via UOW Students . Internet access for all students 'in the Halls of Residence' is via UOW Halls .View More Details
Staff and students can print, photocopy and scan using the Fujifilm MFDs on campus.Staff Student
Webdrive is a university-wide solution that enables staff and students to access their home server share from anywhere. It allows the user to upload and download files, rename and delete them, and download as a .zip archive.View More Details
The Student Centre is a state-of-the-art multi-functional facility that provides students with a student-centred learning environment, combining traditional library resources with hi-tech IT facilities.View More Details
Learning & Development
A wide range of training materials and help files is available for staff and students. Including Aku Mahi and Panopto help, Health & Safety info, online software training, Student Learning info, PD Calendar for staff and more.View More Details
International Travel Tips for Staff
This guide provides University of Waikato staff planning international travel with advice, actions to complete before commencing your trip, and how to keep yourself and your technology safe while overseas. It is not intended as a complete travel advisory document, and we recommend also reviewing the University Travel Policy.
Te Kuhukuhu Rārangi - Log Your Own Request
"Kuhukuhu" is our IT Service Catalogue. You can search for and log your own service requests. You can also view the status of your current requests and see the estimated delivery time for them, provide further information by adding notes or attaching files, and view a full history of all previous requests.
For anything urgent you should phone the Service Desk: ext 4008 (838 4008) for assistance.