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Technology Center and Support

The Office of Information Services (IS) supports the technological needs of all MCPHS students, faculty and staff, keeping the University community connected 24/7. Whether you need help on campus or remotely, our dedicated and highly-trained staff is available via phone, email and at each physical campus to provide computer, software and account assistance

Student Applications and Services Supported by IS

Application/Service Description

Student Portal

Provides links to internal resources such as email, calendar and document sharing, club sites and library resources


Learning management system for course work and faculty interactions

Web Advisor

Provides access to enrollment services, such as course scheduling and textbook information, accessing grades, searching and registering for classes, viewing financial statements

"Manage Engine" for System Access to Online Accounts

Provides password self-services (Students registered with this service can unlock their own accounts online.)

Fenway Card

Provides access to resources such as doors, printers, laundry (also serves as student ID card)

Virtual Technology Center (VTC)

Provides remote access to all applications and resources available in the libraries and physical computer labs.

Virtual Desktops and Computer Kiosks

Located in various common areas on all three campuses

Go Print Application for On-demand Printing

Manages printing (Students can release print jobs in various locations on campus.)

Wireless Coverage

Available College-wide for Internet access

Emergency Notification System

Customizable, opt-in text message alert system is activated when notice needs to be sent out to the MCPHS University community regarding emergencies and/or school closures.

User Names and Passwords

Unique identifiers that enable students, faculty and staff to access all MCPHS University IS resources

Technology Requirements

Please be sure to check our technology requirements page to ensure that your computer or laptop meets our minimum requirements. Additional software may be required by your course instructors and will vary by semester, so please be sure to consult your course syllabus at the start of each term.

Real-Time Distance Education Technology

Some MCPHS University courses are taught synchronously and delivered between campuses via real-time distance education technology. Students on both campuses have the benefit of receiving personalized instruction and participating in class discussions from both the live and "virtual" environments.

Questions related to technology should be directed to:

Help Desk
3rd Floor, Technology Center; Boston Campus