The goal of Technology Services is to provide technology to support, enhance, and manage student learning, assist with the delivery of the learning environment, and ease the administration of that environment to maximize the learning experience. Technology shall be utilized as a tool to enhance, enrich, and facilitate the learning experience.
To achieve this mission, Technology Services endeavors to provide appropriate technologies that enable faculty to teach more effectively, students to learn more successfully, and staff to do their work more efficiently.
The HSU Help Desk is your primary contact for all technology related needs. We are located in the Richardson Library 1st floor and we welcome walk-ins. We are open:
- Monday through Thursday: 7:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
- Friday 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
- Saturday 1 p.m.-5 p.m.
- Sunday 3 p.m.-7 p.m.
Do you need help with a non-HSU owned Personal Computer?
Download the Office 365 Email Settings for Phones pdf.
HSU Credentials (Username & Password)
HSU Office Computers
SPSS and the Adobe suite are available for installation on campus computers upon request at no extra charge to the department. To request a package or software, e-mail the Help Desk (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Microsoft Office 365 is now available free for all current students, faculty, and staff at Hardin-Simmons University.
- Go to www.office.com and click on “Sign in” at the upper right-hand corner.
- Under the E-mail or phone field, type in your username followed by @hsutx.edu (i.e. email@example.com). Do not use your e-mail address.
- In the password field, type in your HSU password.
The Help Desk has a limited quantity of loaner equipment available for faculty and staff.
Loaner equipment options available are:
Working with Printers
Hardin-Simmons is dedicated to providing “State-of-the-Art” Technology for its students. HSU’s goal is to offer the “Latest & Greatest” technology with the most functionality, offering every tool necessary for all classes and projects.
A majority of the campus computer labs are the latest Windows builds. The Frost Art Center’s computer lab contains Apple’s iMac for the students to use.