Phone & TV
Communication Services is responsible for the support and maintenance of all forms of University communication services. Services supported by Communications Services are ip telephony, video, conferencing, digital signage and other emerging communication oriented technologies.
Most Notre Dame telephones use Cisco VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol). VoIP provides traditional telephone service, as well as many additional features, by using the computer data network instead of a traditional phone line. This saves the university money, and helps to provide many advanced calling and collaboration features that the former analog phone system lacked. More information on the University's VoIP transition is avaiable at the VoIP at Notre Dame support page.
The University, through an agreement with Comcast Cable, provides Cable TV to all Notre Dame residence hall rooms and on-campus graduate student apartments. The University's Office of Information Technologies will continue to supply both wired and wireless high-speed Internet and campus network services to the residence halls.
- Telephone Service Repair/Move/Add/Change/Training
- Telephone Authorization Code Assignment
- Teleconferencing Service
- 2-Way Trunked Radio Service
- Calling Cards
- Cellular Phones
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Help Desk FAQs
- How do I change my password?
- I'm new to ND, how do I get started with IT services?
- How do I learn about other features of the VoIP telephone service?
- How do I access my Exchange email & calendar?
- How do I get on the wifi network?