Using UTS College computers

We recommend using your own device while studying at UTS College. WiFi is readily available on campus. You’ll also find UTS College computers in the following break out areas:

Break Out areas Days Hours
UTS Building 5 Block C
  • Computer labs
Monday-Friday – During and outside Academic terms 8:00am – 6:00pm
Harris Street 645
  • Level 1 (Behind Lifts)
  • Level 3 (Behind Lifts)
  • Level 4 (Behind Lifts)
Monday-Friday – Academic terms only 8:00am – 9:00pm
Harris Street 609 
  • Ground Floor (Lobby Area)
Monday-Friday – Academic terms only 8:00am – 6:00pm

Computer Use

All computers have the software available listed below.

General Software Multimedia Tools Acad/FDN Tools
CDT Test Audacity Blue J
Lockdown Browser Open VLC Java 8 Update 144
7 Zip Adobe Flash builder Java 2 SDK
Adobe Acrobat Adobe Shockwave Player Java SE Dkit 7
Office Suite EndNote Mathematica
Google Chrome   Minitab
Internet Explorer   Notepad++
Microsoft Edge   Putty
    Cisco Lab Packet Tracer
    Adobe Premiere
    Adobe Illustrator
    Adobe PS
    Adobe Animate
    Adobe Bridge
    Adobe InDesign
    Adobe Dreamweaver
    Adobe Light Room
    Adobe Fireworks
    Adobe Audition
    Adobe Media Encoder
    Adobe After Effect
    Adobe Extension Manager
  1. To log in to a UTS College computer, press any key at the login screen.
  2. Read the 'Condition of Use' and press 'OK'.
  3. Enter your username and password:
    • Username: Your student number,
    • Password: Your password, and
    • Click the arrow button to finish.
  1. To logout from a UTS College computer, click the start button on the bottom left corner.

    Start Windows
  2. Click the icon highlighted below.

    Account Icon
  3. Click 'Sign Out'.

    Sign out

Campus computer

You can print your documents by logging into an College computer directly from the application that you are using. For example, if you are using Microsoft Word you can use the keyboard shortcut CTRL + P, or go to the File > Print, the default printer selected will be VirtualQueue.


Cloud printing

  1. You can upload your document to the cloud printing portal from any device such as laptops, tablets or mobile phones. You must ensure the attachments you want to print are compatible for printing.
  2. Go to the College Cloud Print web portal and login using your student ID and password.Enter your user name and password to login to UTS College computers
  3. Click 'select files...' button and choose the document you wish to print from your device.Click or select files....,button and choose the document you wish to print from your device
  4. After choosing the document, they should be listed like the example shown below. Ensure that the status is under 'Waiting for release' before logging onto the computer next to the printer to release your job.

Releasing a print job

  1. To release your job that you have just uploaded, you can login to the computer next to the printer using one of the three ways:Enter your account details using your student ID and password

    a) Swipe your card using the card reader to instantly log you in. This is found at the top of the computer-based release station,
    b) Enter your account details using your student ID and password, and
    c) Enter your primary number (barcode) located at the bottom of your student card as shown below.
  2. Select the listed documents and click the 'Print' Button to release them.

Adding value to College Cloud Print Account

  1. Login to and click on ‘Top Up’ on the top left corner as shown below:click on left corner as shown
  2. You will be redirected to another link requiring you to login using your College student ID and password.
  3. The first time you login to the website, you will need to tick the checkbox to agree to Terms and Conditions and click the ‘Create Account’ button to proceed.
  4. Click ‘Add Value.
  5. You will be asked to choose the amount you would like to top up. Please note that the minimum to top up is $3.

Printing costs

Paper size/Colour Copies Duplex
A4 B/W $0.11 $0.19
A3 B/W $0.21 $0.36
A4 Colour $0.40 $0.80
A3 Colour $0.80 $1.60

In order to make it comfortable for all students to use the UTS College computers, please follow these common-sense rules.

  • Do not bring in food or drinks as there are common areas located on every level,
  • Do not change settings or modify the system,
  • Do not remove cabling or hardware from the systems,
  • No malicious attempts to damage system physically or with malware,
  • Any issues regarding malicious damage will result in failure to comply with policy,
  • Do not play games or other leisure activities, everything is monitored,
  • No sharing of passwords, log out after each use,
  • No connecting to Ethernet ports located across campus,
  • Keep the area clean and tidy as it is shared by everyone,
  • Please throw all rubbish in bins provided,
  • Breaches of policy will be dealt with in accordance with the Non-academic Misconduct Policy.

What hardware you need to bring

Bring your own device (BYOD)

At UTS College, you’ll need to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). You can use devices with larger screens (tablets or laptops) around campus and connect to our WiFi. You can access learning resources, communicate and collaborate with classmates.

Chargers and power adaptors

There are plenty of charging stations around campus. It’s a good idea to always carry chargers for your phone, camera, laptop, and any other device (including an adapter for Australian power outlets).

WiFi on campus

Use your own smart device, phone, or laptop all over the UTS College campus using the UTS College WiFi network. You can connect up-to four devices at the same time.

You’ll need a current UTS College username and password to access the network (your username is your UTS email address, which looks like this:

If you’ve forgotten your UTS College account password, you can log onto the ITDS Service Desk Portal or call them on (+61 2) 9218 7000 for help.

For your protection, web traffic over WiFi is monitored for unacceptable use, and it’s important to comply with both UTS and UTS College computer use policies:


When you use UTS College ITDS facilities, you agree to abide by the ITDS Acceptable Use Policy. The policy outlines your rights and responsibilities when using the services.

Steps to connect to UTS College WiFi

Step 1

Go to your WiFi settings on your device.

Step 2

Select "eduroam" from the list.

Step 3

Type in your username and password and click "join"or "connect".

Step 4

If prompted by a certificate click "accept" or "continue".

Step 5

That’s it. You’re connected.

Accessing WiFi in UTS buildings

As well as accessing WiFi in UTS College campus locations, you can also access eduroam across the whole UTS campus. This secure, roaming access service gives you access to WiFi when visiting universities. You can connect to the eduroam network at UTS with your UTS email address and password.

Alternatives to WiFi

If you don’t have a wireless-enabled laptop, there are computers on campus you can use.

Help with connecting to WiFi

If you need help accessing WiFi, logon to the UTS College ITDS Service Desk Portal.

You can also call the ITDS Service Desk on (+61 2) 9218 7000 or visit in person, Monday to Friday (8.30am – 7:00pm).