University Technology (UT) helps fulfill Drew’s mission of education through the innovative use of instructional technology and media, knowledgeable creation of robust, reliable infrastructure and enterprise systems and constantly improving efforts in customer service. We are committed to supporting and empowering the entire Drew community.

Google Week!

After the popularity of our first Google Week, the Instructional Technology team is holding another Google Week, starting August 11th. This will consist of several workshops from August 11th – August 14th, including an open hours session at the end of the week to answer additional questions.
All workshops are held in BC 1


8/11 Mail 10am and 2pm

8/12 Calendar 10am and 2pm

8/13 Drive 10am and 2pm

8/14 Open lab hours: Google Sites 10am-12pm

8/14 Open lab hours: Google 1pm-3 pm

Click Here to Learn More and Register


Class of 2018:

Welcome to Drew!

To learn more about the benefits of buying a Drew recommended laptop, refer to the Drew Laptop Program page. Please note that you must be logged in to your Drew account to view this page.

After you receive your recommended laptop, please register it using the form found here: Laptop Registration Form

Whether you purchase a recommended laptop or not, all Drew students are able to install the Microsoft Office Suite and F-Secure virus protection software once they arrive on campus. Please visit the Microsoft Campus Agreement to learn more.

Getting Help With…


Computers - Hardware

General support requests can be logged by opening a support ticket or calling the UT Service Center at 973-408-4357.

Classroom Computers

For support in a classroom, call 1-ITS (x1487).

 Audio-Visual Equipment


It is highly recommended that, when possible, you connect to the internet with an ethernet cable. Questions about obtaining cables can be directed to the UT Service Center at 973-408-4357.