The College of Engineering student supplemental printing allocation will no longer be offered starting in the Fall 2020 term. This change is the final step of a four-year plan to phase out the supplemental printing allocation. Students will continue to receive the standard U-M student ITS printing allocation of $24/term.
This is a reminder that starting January 29, 2020, Duo will be required by the University for every U-M student on the Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Flint campuses. As background, last Winter 2019 all U-M faculty, staff, and student employees were required by the University to enable Duo two-factor authentication.
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Starting January 29, 2020, Duo Two-factor Authentication will be required for every University of Michigan student on the Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Flint campuses:
Eligible students will receive a $10 College of Engineering (CoE) supplemental printing allocation per term for the upcoming academic year. This is a $6 reduction from last year, and is part of a four-year effort to end the CoE supplemental printing allocation by Fall 2020. Note that the standard student ITS printing allocation will remain Continue Reading »
Starting Monday, January 21, an equipment checkout service will be available to College of Engineering students, faculty, and staff. The program is administered by CAEN, and checkout will be performed at the Library Reserves Desk on the second floor of the Duderstadt Center. Chromebooks will be available for checkout by requesting a “CAEN Chromebook.” Possible Continue Reading »
Eligible student CAEN Account holders will receive a $16 College of Engineering (CoE) supplemental printing allocation per term for the upcoming academic year. This is a $14 reduction from last year, and is part of a four-year effort to end the CoE supplemental printing allocation by Fall 2020. Note that the standard student ITS printing Continue Reading »
Starting September 4, 2018, The CAEN Hotline will be renamed as the CAEN Help Desk, and will be located on the second floor of the Duderstadt Center on the left side of the U-M Library Reserves Desk. In addition, the new CAEN Help Desk will have these updated hours of operation:
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The U-M Safe Computing group recently sent a notice to the University community that U-M resources should not be used for cryptocurrency mining. Outside of faculty-approved research and coursework, it is an inappropriate use of information technology resources, a violation of U-M policy, and potentially illegal. CAEN would like to remind the College of Engineering Continue Reading »
The College of Engineering supplemental printing allocation is now set for the Fall 2014 term. In addition, ITS is introducing changes to the campus printing environment. The end result is that students will notice some changes and new features when they use the printers in CAEN’s student computer labs and in ITS Sites labs.