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  • Software support: The VCU helpIT center provides phone, online and walk-in support.  Limited phone support is available through a third party call center after hours, weekends and holidays.
  • Computer repair and support: VCU Technology Services provides support for student machines through the VCU fixIT program.  It is located in RamTech, Cabell Library and Sanger Hall.
  • Classroom support: VCU Media Services Support provides faculty and staff assistance in using classroom technology.
  • Purchasing support: VCU has now opened RamTech as a resource for all students, faculty and staff.  They offer academically priced Apple and Dell desktops, laptops and tablets, as well as VCU's exclusive RamSupport protection plan to make sure you never have a day of downtime due to computer problems.

Student Use Computers and Printers
The School of Nursing has student computers on the first floor in the quiet study area.  There are also Pay4Print printers available on the first floor by the drink machines and on the second floor at the top of the stairs.  Pay4Print allows students to submit print requests to printers all over campus.  More information on Pay4Print and how to use it is available on the VCU Card Office's website.

Computer requirements
A desktop or laptop computer is essential for study at VCU, and personal ownership is required for enrolled students. To make sure the computer you have is suitable (or if you need a new one), check out our Student Computer Initiative. The School of Nursing requires students to install Microsoft Office and a printer. Office is free to VCU Students via go.vcu.edu/microsoft. For a list of additional software available to VCU students, visit Technology Services.

The Typhon system for undergraduates and graduate nursing students allow preceptors, clinical faculty and course instructors to follow your progress and evaluate you on your clinical and classroom skills. 



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