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Report an issue you are having with Loyola technology.


Adobe Creative Cloud is a service that gives users access to the Adobe suite of software for graphic design, video editing, web development applications, and cloud services.



WWW folder is a file share that is used for publishing personal web content.

To be used to store files for applications, such as SAS, that don’t currently integrate well with OneDrive.

Report an issue with Wifi on-campus.


Cable television is available to all resident students and to a number of offices on the Evergreen Campus. XFINITY On Campus allows residential students to stream live TV and thousands of XFINITY On Demand shows and movies directly to laptop, desktop, and mobile devices.

Inside Loyola is the internal web presence for Loyola. Here you will find unique information about your affiliation with the University such as courses, Moodle, employment information, access to email and calendaring via the web, quick links to campus services, anywhere applications, and much more.

All Loyola email accounts are powered by Microsoft Office 365. Accounts can be accessed using Microsoft Outlook or via Houndmail (Outlook on the Web).


Report an issue relating to Moodle.

Contact the Project Management Office about Loyola IT projects or the project portfolio.

This form is for Faculty and Staff use only.
Complete this online request for software to be installed in a lab or classroom.

The Microsoft Teams application request form allows users to request review of third-party applications for Microsoft Teams.

Technology Services is in the process of defining how the H Drive and Inside Loyola team sites will be migrated to Microsoft Teams. Our plan is to begin the migration of department H drives to Microsoft Teams in early spring 2020, but if you would like to be an early adopter of the H drive to Teams migration, let us know by submitting a request.



Report an issue with a HoundPrint device.

Request assistance with Moodle.



If you suspect that you have a virus or malware on your Loyola device, disconnect from the network immediately and call the Help Center at (410) 617-5555. You may also report the issue from another device using this form.