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University Information Services
 

Opening times and contact information for the Roger Needham Building and service desks, as well as the finance, HR and communications teams.

Reception

The Roger Needham Building is closed to visitors.

We are unable to accommodate visitors due to Covid-19 safety guidelines. However, our Reception and Service Desk teams are still available via email during the hours listed below.

University Information Services (UIS)
Roger Needham Building
7 JJ Thomson Avenue
Cambridge
CB3 0RB

Map location  University Map and directions

clock  Monday–Friday 08:30–17:00

PhoneIcon  01223 337733

  

fax machine  01223 334679

 

IT support service desks

The UIS Service Desk team is continuing to prioritise enquiries in order of urgency during this difficult and busy time. 

If you need to follow up on an enquiry, please respond to the email you received when you initially contacted us rather than sending a new message. The latter would generate a new ticket, which slows down response times for you and other users.

You can also log in to the Self-Service Portal to view all of your tickets, raise a new enquiry or search the Knowledge Base for help with common issues.

 

Service desk

Opening times
Monday–Friday

Contact details

Main

clock  08:30–17:00

Website  www.uis.cam.ac.uk/self-service

Our self-service portal is the best way to raise and track a support query, and search our Knowledge Base for answers to common queries.


Enquiries:

PhoneIcon  01223 332999

  

Feedback:

  

User Admin

clock  08:30–17:00

PhoneIcon  01223 334680

  

CamSIS

clock  08:30–17:00

PhoneIcon  01223 764999

  

CHRIS

clock  09:00–17:00

PhoneIcon  01223 760999

HR Systems

clock  09:00–13:00
      14:00–17:00

PhoneIcon  01223 760999

Moodle

clock  09:00–17:00

  

Local support is also available at:

Research Admin Systems

clock  08:30–16:30

  

Local support for X5 is available from your Departmental Administrator or Research Support Advisor.

Research Computing Services

clock  09:00–17:00

PhoneIcon  01223 763517

  

Research Data Storage Services

clock  09:00–17:00

PhoneIcon  01223 763517

  

UFS

clock  Mon–Thu:
      08:30–17:15
      Fri:
      08:30–16:45

PhoneIcon  01223 765999

  

University
Card Office

clock  09:00–13:00
      14:00–16:30

PhoneIcon  01223 766908

  

Alumni Email Helpdesk

clock  08:00–17:00

 

 

Other contacts

Communications Office

Finance Office

PhoneIcon  01223 334612

  

Printroom Services

PhoneIcon  01223 334727

 

Software Distribution

  

Videoconferencing

  

UIS Service Desk

UIS Service Status

Phone padded  Service status line: (01223 7)67999
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