OIT and University Procurement have arrangements to help you get a variety of software at reduced cost. In a few cases the software is free, because the University has a site license. However normally there is some cost. Much of the OIT site license operation is self-funding, which means that we have to recover costs for the software and the staff person who administers it.
Information on site licensed software is available in several different areas:
OIT provides a variety of consulting and support facilities, most of which applies to software. More information on these services is available in the following sections:
As part of the departmental assistance, it is possible to contract with OIT for installation and support of software.
OIT maintains a large set of software (many dozens of applications) on the Mac and Windows systems in its public labs. These are most commonly used by students to complete their course assignments. However the public labs may also be used by faculty and staff. The software includes wordprocessing, spreadsheet & charting, graphics, database, desktop publishing, math and statistical packages.
PC and Macintosh Software
While the collections are similar on all campuses, there are slight differences, depending upon requirements of courses on those campuses. So for a complete list, you should see your campus' web page:OIT Unix-based services.
More specific lists of available software are available for some systems:
If you need software that is not currently available, you should go to http://www.nbcs.rutgers.edu/ccf/main/iml/special.php or speak to a lab manager. Your request should indicate