Student computing

Technology made easy

Getting connected and using reliable technology is imperative to the modern student's success. Common-use computers are available for all students to use, with 24/7 access on selected labs.

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Available software

Enrolled Griffith students can download discounted software from a range of popular titles including:
  • Office 365 Education
  • Norton Security
  • The Griffith App and more

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Using your own device

Bring your own device to uni and learn how to set everything up from Wi-Fi to wireless printing.

Laptops are also free to borrow from the Library.

Connect your device

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Available computers

Here, you'll be able to check where and when computers are available, with specialist computing needs supplied by the relevant school.

Contact your faculty regarding access to course specific computers.

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IT discounts

Student IT discounts

Dell, HP and Apple provide student discounts for Griffith University students. Take advantage of this offer and score the latest tech for your study.

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Internet on campus

Everything you need to know about getting connected and managing your account.

Video Conferencing

Video conference and Skype facilities available at Gold Coast and Nathan Library.

Storing your files

Secure online network storage space for students. Remote and cloud options available.

Hack-a-thon

Thank you all for your great ideas! This year's Hack-a-thon event was a blast, and we look forward to even more applications and ideas next year. Watch this space!

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Contact

General enquiries

If you have any questions about student computing, you can find your answers on Ask Us 24/7.

Or you can ask our friendly staff in person about Library and IT products and services, find us in the libraries or contact us by phone, email or chat.

IT Support Chat

It Support Webform

(07) 3735 5555 Brisbane

(07) 5552 5555 Gold Coast

Common questions

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