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ITS Support Services @ SU
Information Technology and Services (ITS) provides a variety of support options for students, faculty, and staff.
Blackboard technology support
Technology issues with the Blackboard platform? Click on the above for program-specific support.
2U technology support
Technology issues with the 2U platform? Click on the above for program-specific support.
Microsoft Office 365 available at no cost
Current SU & ESF students (undergraduate, graduate, part-time, and non-credit) and SU staff and faculty can download and install Office desktop applications on up to five computers and five mobile devices. Project Advance students are not eligible for Office 365 ProPlus.
Turnitin at the Library
Turnitin at the Library is an area in Blackboard where students can submit drafts of papers to check for possible instances of plagiarism before they submit final drafts to their course instructors. Learn more about how to use Turnitin at the Library.
Getting Help from SU Libraries
If you have any immediate or general questions about SU Libraries and the services or resources that we offer, please visit our Ask Us! page to discover a variety of ways to contact us. Our online chat service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Additional types of assistance are also available at SU Libraries:
Discover research tools, explore the research process, and locate helpful resources for a wide variety of academic topics and specific courses. Created by your friendly librarians at Syracuse University.
For every department and subject taught at Syracuse University Libraries, there is a subject librarian who has extensive experience working with library resources related to those fields. Contact your subject librarian if you have any subject-specific questions related to your research.
Help & How-to Guides
If you're new to Syracuse University Libraries, check out this collection of helpful how-to guides for working with library resources and starting the research process.
The Research Process: Getting Started
A guide to assist students in conducting research using the wide variety of information sources available to them.
Summon Search Tips
Learn strategies to find the resources you need through the Summon search tool.
Why cite? Citing sources - giving credit to those from whom you've borrowed ideas, words or materials - includes knowing when to cite, understanding style guides, and making use of available tools.
Turnitin at the Library
Turnitin at the Library is an area in Blackboard where students can submit drafts of papers to check for possible instances of plagiarism before they submit final drafts to their course instructors.
Support Services @ Syracuse University
Center for Disability Resources
The mission of the Center for Disability Resources (CDR) is to engage the University Community to empower students, enhance equity and provide a platform for innovation and inclusion. The CDR achieves this by mitigating competitive disadvantages and environmental barriers that impact learning; by supporting faculty in the classroom and our colleagues across the university to strive for universal design and full inclusion.
SU Counseling Center
The Counseling Center supports and enhances student health and wellness by providing comprehensive and holistic mental health, substance abuse, and sexual assault and relationship violence-related services. The Counseling Center provides support during times of crisis, providing advocacy when needed, facilitating problem resolution, enhancing coping skills, promoting personal growth, and supporting academic success.
Syracuse Abroad invites students to imagine the world differently with invaluable study abroad opportunities, internships, Signature Seminars, language study at all levels, homestays, and community engagement projects spanning the globe.
University College provides support and services for a diverse population seeking access to Syracuse University, including a wide range of innovative online courses and programs.
The Writing Center offers one-on-one consulting services to support the success of all SU students, including online and distance students.