NOTE: For students who did not register early, your accounts will be created when enrollment
certification is complete.
1. How do I get my Username and Password?
- Please visit either Computer Center or Admission and Records Office for login credentials.
2. How do I log into my GOTRITONS account?
-You may also visit our How To's webpage for more information.
Need assistance with technical problems?
The UOG Computer Center is currently migrating faculty and staff email accounts to TRITON email accounts.
If you are unable to access your TRITON email account or do not know your login credentials please contact the UOG Computer Center at 735-2640.
The Computer Center is an all-purpose facility designed to meet the requirements the academic and administrative users of the University. The Center provides and supports a wide variety of academic, instructional, research-related, and administrative services. Consistent with the regional role of the University, the Center also provides technical support and services to the community.
Using a fiber optic and wireless data communication network, users have direct/interactive access to the central computer for program debugging, testing and other uses. In addition, the Center has an on-line/database management information system, which is able to link with other on-/off-island systems.
A computer lab equipped with a network of mainframe, microcomputers, terminals, graphics devices & multimedia systems, software - including statistical analysis packages and compilers, and Internet access is available for student and faculty use.
Additional computer labs are maintained on campus for the use of the faculty and students of the respective units. The School of Business and Public Administration (SBPA) lab provides access to the Computer Center mainframe via remote work stations as well as self-contained microcomputer facilities. The CNAS‘s Computer science lab is located in the Health Sciences building. In addition, the Division of English and Applied Linguistics maintains laboratories containing microcomputers with word-processing and instructional software. The Division of Humanistic Studies maintains the Digital Language Laboratory for Modern Language instruction. The School of Education (SOE), CNAS, the School of Nursing and Health Sciences (SNHS), the research and other service units also have computer labs equipped with microcomputers with access to the applications on the Computer Center's network.
M-F:8AM - 9PM
Sa:9AM - 3PM
Sun & Holidays: Closed
M-F:8AM - 8PM
Sa:9AM - 2PM
Sun & Holidays: Closed
WebAdvisor is available 24/7 except for the the following maintenance windows:
M-Th: 8PM - 11PM
F: 8PM - 1AM
Sa: 8PM - 11PM