Where can I find computers on CEU premises and get assistance when needed?
There are three general computer labs available to all CEU students. For doctoral students, CEU has set up independent department-based Doctoral Labs. For exact locations and opening hours, please visit the web page of the IT Department.
You can contact the IT Department Helpdesks by phone in the Nador 15 building (extension 3030), in the CEU Residence Center (extension 5043) and on the 5th floor of the Zrinyi 14 building (extension 2000), or via e-mail by firstname.lastname@example.org.
How will I be able to use CEU IT services?
You will receive a login name and a password in your welcome package at the beginning of the academic year. Two orientation sessions will be provided on the IT services and computer usage in the first days of the academic year. On the IT Orientation you will receive information about the core IT services (Office 365 based email and collaboration, printing, wifi), opening hours and locations of the general computer labs and helpdesk offices, mandatory and facultative computer classes, available free computer courses. The second session, the CEU Computer Communication Lecture is a practical addition to the IT Orientation. It is held in a computer lab and navigates you through all the CEU computer and internet related issues that will be important and useful for you as a new student: usage of computers at CEU (accounts, passwords, available software), introduction to O365 (mail, OneDrive, Office programs for private use, etc.), overview of main CEU websites (CEU e-Learning page, Student records and course registration , CEU main website and Staff page, CEU documents and policies , Personal web pages and free computer courses). Registration is required for the class. After taking the Lecture you have to take the compulsory Computer Proficiency Exam that was designed to measure basic computer handling skills.
Can I use my mobile devices?
Yes. A significant portion of the CEU premises has wireless Internet access.