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Use to form to request a change in your 403b contribution.

Student employees are given @northcentral.edu accounts only upon request. Typically, such an account is needed so the student can have access to shared mailboxes used by the office for its operations.


Please use this form to submit reports and request related to department concerns (e.g. concern with officer conduct, concern with a department policy, concern with department attire, and concern with a specific area on campus).

Your NCU ID card allows you to do many things on campus. It allows for building access, on-campus purchases, identification, authentication, and much more. If you are a new student, staff member, or faculty member, it is important that you get a university ID card.

Request a Colleague access for an employee.

Change an employees Colleague permissions: security persona assignment, Self-Service access, and budget line access.

Classrooms and labs.

Colleague serves as the primary system of record for administrative data and includes modules for curriculum and academic records, financial aid, demographics, HR, and finance. Colleague is frequently integrated with other applications on campus to ensure consistency of data (e.g. Moodle, Starfish, and more.)

Use this service to request assistance with or to report issues with Colleague.

If you suspect that your account has been compromised, report it immediately to IT.  IT will work with you to reset your password, restore access to your account, and investigate the impact of the incident.

The IT Service Desk provides computer and device support for employees and students. Support levels vary by device type and device ownership.

The IT service desk centrally manages NCU-owned machines. Part of this process is the deployment of a specially configured operating system and software suite.

If you notice something isn't working in a conference room or need assistance, please let us know and we will respond to the issue as soon as possible.

All printing-related issues from physical copier/printer issues (jams, noises etc.) or issues with network print queues.


Request changes to Domain Name Services (DNS) entries or report issues related to DNS.