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Waterbury Campus: IT and Media Services

Adriana Turkson ’20 (ENG) during her computer engineering class in the United Technology Engineering Building

Information for 2022 Spring Semester

  • i-clickers: As part of Storrs' new teaching station configuration i-clicker software will no longer be installed locally on the teaching station PCs. There are two new methods for using i-clicker; i-clicker classic or i-clicker cloud. Information on how to access this is available online or training can be arranged via the following link: You can also email your questions to
  • University owned software can now be accessed from any computer attached to the Internet, on or off campus. The list of software is quite extensive. To see a list of what is available, please visit the following link: You will need to login in using your NETID.
  • WEPA-Print Student printing is available in the library and outside of WTBY 225. WEPA-Print allows students to print from Computer Lab PCs and student owned devices using the WEPAnow website ( Alternatively, students may install the smart phone app ( Instructions can be found at

Waterbury Campus IT Support Staff

Andrew Washington
Computer Technical Support Consultant
203-236-9909 (

Braden Mellin
Audiovisual Technician
203-236-9827 (

After 5:00PM, you may also call our Hotline number, which will will reach either a student technician or one of our staff.

Waterbury IT Help Center Location

The IT office is located in WTBY 223 (Waterbury Downtown Campus Main Building)

Waterbury IT Help Center Hours:

On-Campus support is provided by Andrew Washington and Braden Mellin to cover the following hours. On-campus support outside of these hours may be requested by emailing ALL three members of our department (,,  Please submit requests at least two weeks in advance and include your name, the date and time you would like support along with the location.

Monday-Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM*     /     Sat and Sun: Closed

*After 5:00PM, you may also call our Hotline number, which will will reach either a student technician or one of our staff.


All University provided software is accessed by using a browser to visit: To access the software you must login using your NetID and password. All work should be saved on the P:Drive. Anyware can be accessed by any computer that is connected to the Internet (On or Off Campus)


Printing is available in the Library. The cost is 10 cents per page and must be purchased using your Husky One Card. You can recharge your Husky One Card on the web at