252.328.9866 or 800.340.7081
Receive walk-in help for software, network and virus/malware problems. ACE is also a full-service repair center for Lenovo, Dell and Apple computers.
Rawl Bldg., Rm. 108 - 252.328.5407
Health Sciences Bldg., Rm. 2506 (Laupus Library) - 252.744.5380
Before the Semester Begins
Some academic programs have specific computer requirements. Visit the Student Computing Center (ACE) to see if your program is included.
Each student is assigned a unique ID to register for classes and other important systems at ECU. Also see PirateID/Passphrase below.
Your Office 365 account offers email, calendar, contacts and Lync instant messaging.
Sign up to receive automatic text warnings sent to your cell phone.
Get the scoop on file sharing no-no's and a few alternative sites for legal downloads.
These policies, regulations and guidelines govern the ethical and legal use of ECU’s electronic resources for students, faculty and staff.
Visit the Connect website to learn about the ECU wireless network, the residence hall wired network and more.
Problems connecting to the ECU network? ACE Student Support Center can help.
Register for classes, check grades and transcripts, review financial aid information and other useful tools. PirateID and passphrase required.
Pirate Port is the replacement for OneStop, and most student services are now available through this interface as well as OneStop. However, both will be running in parallel for the next year or so.
Used to log in to electronic systems at ECU, such as Piratemail and OneStop.
PirateID accounts are activated through the Pirate ID (PID) auto-registration system. Students are then able to set up their initial passphrase and authentication questions. ECU users are required to change their passphrase every 90 days. The authentication questions are used to log in to the passphrase maintenance system after the initial registration.
Once the PirateID is registered and the passphrase is created, a user can log in to the ECU email account, OneStop, Blackboard and other electronic resources.
Ahoy new pirates! Visit the Ports of Call website to explore programs and majors, discover foundations courses and learn step-by-step how to register for classes.
After the Semester Begins
Log in to your online classes here.
There are over 80 student computer labs on campus. Check seat availability even before leaving your room.
All things Macintosh at ECU.
Resources for ITCS-supported mobile devices.
Download to your phone and access OneStop, Blackboard and the library. Even better, check the bus schedules, campus maps, address book and more!
Each student has space on an ITCS server to store important files. This space is backed up daily.
Learn about available software for students, including purchasing, educational discounts and training resources for Microsoft products and as well as other licensed software.Microsoft4Students - Download FREE Microsoft products
Log on to the Virtual Computing Lab and use software for free!
Find Web information and tutorials on how to use FTP software
Learn safe computing habits and more