Be aware of Email Phishing scams

Be aware of the latest Phishing Scams coming through the University Email right now.

Not Getting All of Your Email?

Maybe the email is getting stuck in your quarantine folder.  

See your Quarantined Messages and Take Action! Click Show Me below for more information.

Zoom Pro is Here!

The long awaited licensing for Zoom Pro is complete.  Click MORE for more info.

Offsite Options for Connecting to Campus

Expecting to spend some time away from Campus? Here are some resources that we have avaiable to help you stay connected while you are away.

Problems Accessing WebAID?

The latest Java release (8u171) disables browser access to WebAID.

Please visit our WebAID page for instructions on how to enable WebAID access on your machine.


We're here 2HELP!

Phone: 337-482-HELP


24/7 X 365


Online: Search for Help

In Person: Stephens Hall, Room 110

7:30am - 5:00pm (Mon-Thurs)

7:30am - 12:30pm (Fri)

Office 365 is now Microsoft 365

Check out the IT Service Desk's list of what Microsoft 365 Products are avaiable to Faculty, Staff & Students!

We're here 2HELP!

The Office of Information Technology at UL Lafayette is committed to help keep the campus community connected. The following are services being offered to help you continue teaching, learning, and conducting University business. If you have any questions or need additional assistance, please contact the IT Services Desk at, or during normal business hours call 337-482-4357.  Our phone is available after hours, as well, however, call agents will have limited resources to assist you with these technologies.

For Teachers

Moodle is our online learning management system (LMS).  Every course section being offered for a given semester has a corresponding Moodle class constructed for it. In partnership with the Office of Distance Learning, Information Technology is offering online material to help you transition your course and course material to the online format. The following web pages have more information.

The Service Desk staff is also available for help via phone, email, and Microsoft Teams chat during normal business hours to provide some individual help if necessary.

For Learners

Using our online learning management system (LMS), Moodle, your professor may transition their course to the Moodle system to provide instruction.  Teachers should provide information relevant to their courses via campus email.  The Service Desk staff will be available during normal business hours to help with any technical difficulties you have with Moodle.

Office of Distance Learning: Remote Learners