IT Operations

The EIT Service Desk is located in 0123 Glenn L. Martin Hall. The office provides information technology support for the students, faculty and staff of the A. James Clark School of Engineering, the Department of Physics, and the Department of Mathematics.

EIT Helpdesk at 0123 Glenn Martin Hall

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0123 Glenn L. Martin Hall
Hours: 8 am - 5 pm, Monday-Friday
Phone: 301-405-1634


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Conference room

Conference Spaces

Multiple Locations

To make reservations for classrooms and lecture halls, you can go through your College or Department's Scheduling Officer. Click the link below for more information on how to reserve.

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Virtual Computer Lab

EIT offers students, faculty and staff access to leading edge technology through Virtual Computer Lab (VCL). VCL provides a way to run a variety of software provided by UMD on powerful servers and display the running software on your computer locally.

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