IT Resources for UM Students

To ensure a smooth start to your academic year, check out some great IT resources available to you, including software such as Adobe Creative Cloud, Office 365, and more! For all available software, please visit: For access to popular systems and tools at any time, visit the New to UM page.

Students: Changes to IT Services Access After Graduation

Before you head off on your next adventure, we wanted to share some information about your access to IT services after you leave the University of Miami. Learn more.



You can use the Duo mobile app (available via the App Store or Google Play) to generate a passcode and authenticate with your CaneID and password. Alternatively, you can use the text a passcode feature to receive an SMS message.



Blackboard Learn Ultra is the course management system used by University of Miami faculty, staff, teaching assistants, and students.



CaneLink is the University's Student Information System (SIS). Students, faculty, and staff use CaneLink to search for classes; view course schedule, class rosters, and advisees; and much more.


Abobe Creative Cloud

Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) gives you access to Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Dreamweaver, Muse, Lightroom, and Acrobat Pro.

Microsoft Office 365 Suite

Office 365 (O365) includes all of the essential Office programs, including Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word.


Collaboration and Cloud-Storage

Access and share files from any device! UM's collaboration and cloud-storage solutions gives you unlimited space to securely back up your data online.

UPrint On Campus Printing

UPrint is the wireless and networked printing solution for students at the University of Miami. It is a user-friendly application based on the "Green U" initiative, and encourages responsible printing and copying.

Wi-Fi Calling On Campus

Wi-Fi calling enhances cellular service on campus so you can make calls via a Wi-Fi network instead of using your carrier's network connection. Wi-Fi calling is a great option if you're in an area with a weak carrier signal because it enhances your call quality by using your phones internet connection to make calls.

Back to School - DIY and More!

Back to School DIY

For videos demonstrating the steps required to connect to various IT resources, visit the Student Technology Help Desk's do it yourself (DIY) instructional videos page.