OIT provides IT services for all NC State employees. Everyone who uses the university’s IT resources, either on campus or remotely, must abide by the university’s Computer Use Policy.


Connecting & Communicating

Unity Account & MyPack Portal

  • Your Unity credentials (ID and password) – Keys to your online identity at NC State and access to many online services and resources.
  • MyPack Portal – Gateway to online systems and services, including employee information and self-services; faculty access to the Student Information System; administrative staff access to Financial and HR systems.


NEVER share your Unity password with ANYONE, no matter how urgent the request.

Email & Calendaring

  • Google Workspace – Chosen to provide a single campus-wide calendaring and email system for students, faculty and staff.
  • Email can be a public record if it is made or received by a state employee in connection with State business. Read more about public records at NC State.
  • Go Links  – a trusted NC State link shortener for faculty and staff use


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Your Workspace

Software & Hardware

Phone & Internet

Labs & Environments

File Space & Storage Services

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Services for Researchers

Networking Capacity for Research

High Performance Computing (HPC)

  • HPC Services
    • Distributed and shared memory computing
    • Data storage
    • Suite of applications
    • Training, consulting and collaboration on computational issues

Software Services

Virtual Computing Lab Services

The Virtual Computing Lab (VCL) provides easy-to-use Web-based access to the university’s high-performance computing systems and high-end applications.

Research Data Management Planning

To support research projects and grants across campus, OIT collaborates with the following:

For more information, see:

Research Storage

OIT provides 1 terabyte of storage space for any project that has been awarded a grant on or after July 1, 2016. For more information, see:

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Help & More

Help Desk

For general IT assistance, see NC State Help Desk. Some colleges and departments provide additional resources, desktop computing and local network support. For more help options, visit Help & Support.

IT Security Resources


Training & Consulting

Stay Connected & Informed

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