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A distribution list can be used to send e-mail messages to multiple people at once by sending mail to a single e-mail address. This form will allow you to request a distribution group that contains only @bowdoin.edu addresses.

Training is required for CMS access. Learn more about signing up.


Can't find what you're looking for? Click use this service to create a ticket.

There are hundreds of network locations in which are stored millions of files that are used by a variety of faculty, staff and students across campus. Use this form to request access to those files as required by your position, job or class.









Request orientation on Bowdoin's classroom AV technology. Orientation includes any of the basic features available in most of Bowdoin's classrooms.



Please Note:
A minimum of a 2-week lead-time is required for all events and assistance is only available on a first-come, first-serve basis with classes taking priority.
- For IP conference phones, please submit a workorder via the IT Service Desk
- Furniture and lecterns can be requested through Campus Scheduling
- AV Services does not supply equipment for bands

Faculty and staff wishing to make a personal purchase using the mployee loan program may request a consultation on the hardware to be purchased.

Duo 2-step or 2-factor adds an additional layer of security for accessing Office 365 by requiring authorization from the phone, a mobile device or custom hardware device before allowing access.

Request the creation of a Course folder for use in the current academic semester. All course folders are removed at the conclusion of a semester to make room for the next semester's requests.


Also known as "Reverse Print", some network printers have the ability to allow scanned documents be sent to a network folder location rather than simply making a photocopy. View this service for more information.



The Service Desk is able to replace broken or damaged peripherals or work with you to purchase new peripherals to replace broken items purchased by a department in the past.