Technology Resources

IT Solutions provisions each Texas Woman's student with a username and password. With these login credentials, students can access:

Support for technology is available through the Technology Service Catalog. To inquire about any of the technology services at TWU, students may call the Technology Service Desk at 940-898-3971, chat with them online at, or email them at

Highlights of IT Solutions Services

  •  Wi-Fi for connectivity of personal devices as well as access to computers through general use computer labs, classroom teaching computer labs, and department labs that directly support academic programs;
  • Each student is eligible for certain technology discounts through our partnership with E-Academy OnTheHub.
  • TWU technology is strategically located in common areas such as the Denton campus Student Union, student lounges, the Blagg-Huey Library, and residence halls;
  • Free black and white two-sided printing is available to all students in all computer labs; color printing is available in some computer labs at a cost of $0.40 per page; additionally, students may print from their device and pick up at a computer lab printer;
  • Computer kiosks appear across TWU’s campuses as an opportunity for students to login to a PC for quick information;
  • Free access to thousands of courses on subjects from leadership and communication to statistics and data analysis with LinkedIn Learning;
  • Laptops are available for checkout at kiosks in the Student Union at Hubbard Hall and Blagg Huey Library in Denton;
  • TWU classrooms are also equipped with the latest instructional technology providing optimal classroom learning experiences;
  • Students have a wide selection of software resources available to support their studies, including statistical analyses, word processing, and discipline-specific courseware;
  • IT Solutions also offers employment opportunities for students on each TWU campus. Check out the TWU Connect for available jobs;
  • The Student Technology Assistants and Resources (STAR) program employs technically capable students to help with troubleshooting peers' personal technology hardware & software issues. STAR is available on the Denton campus. Labor is free; students only pay for software and parts, if needed;
  • Students have access to a free license for SPSS statistical software
  • Office 365 is free for active students, including download and installation of Office software on up to five devices;

Students are subject to the University’s Regulation and Procedures on Computer and Software Acceptable Use.