Master of Business Administration

IT Help

IT HELP for MBA students


Requesting IT Help

You can contact the CCIT Call Center at (864) 656-3494 – they are available to assist you with software-related questions and other requests such as:

If they are unable to assist you on the phone, CCIT staff will be on site on Tuesdays and Thursdays to help. Should you need assistance, you can email and be sure to:

  • Enter a problem description in the subject line
  • IMPORTANT — CC Austin Sanderson (
  • Enter your problem description in the body of the e-mail

Following the above steps will ensure that your request is routed appropriately. See How to Submit an IT Request for more information. 


Clemson University provides licensure for certain pieces of software that are available to you for use.  If you are running Windows, loading the CCIT Software Center will allow you to install Microsoft Office, Trend Micro OfficeScan, on-campus printers and plotters, and Eduroam wireless: Installing CCIT Software Center.  

For Macintosh users, there is a similar installer to help with software. See section CCIT Student Resources for Mac OS X Installers.

Software included in the above installers, and others that are not, can be downloaded individually at CCIT Web Downloads.

Hardware Recommendations

  • Minimum: Dual core processor, 4 GB RAM, 160 GB HD.
  • Dell systems are available through Clemson University with 4-year warranties and next-business-day support. These warranties cover accidental damage.
  • Macintosh systems are also available for purchase at discounted rates. 
  • For more information, please see Recommended Laptop Systems Supported by Clemson.


There is a PawPrints student printer located in room 612. This printer is available to all Clemson students. Graduate students have a print quota of 660 black-and-white pages per semester. To encourage saving paper, a double-sided (duplex) print counts as only 1 page. If you have never used the PawPrints system, please see Installing and Using the PawPrints Printer. For more information, please visit CCIT Printing and Plotting.

CCIT Student Help Documents

CCIT Student Resources

***Please note that you are installing Bootcamp at your own risk – CCIT is not responsible for data loss.

Feel free to submit a ticket if you have any questions or concerns.