View our email page for more information.
Email on Smartphones
Download the Outlook app. Launch the app. Tap Add Account. Enter email (firstname.lastname@example.org for students; email@example.com for employees) or contact the IT Help Desk for assistance.
Emergency Text Messaging
Sign up for Norse A!ert to receive text message notifications for school closing and other important information.
Individual computer and tablets are available for checkout for 2-3 week periods. Learn more.
Students and employees have access to cloud storage space with Microsoft OneDrive. Learn more.
We offer a different version of Microsoft Office depending on if you are installing on a personal computer, NKU-owned computer or smartphone/tablet. Learn more.
NKU was one of the first universities in the nation to have an iPhone app. Today, NKU continues to push the boundaries of mobile application development, creating apps for iOS and Android platforms.
myNKU is the web portal for financial, human resource and student information.
One.nku.edu is a portal designed for single sign on of all the tasks you use most.
Don't purchase software before checking out if NKU offers an educational discount. We also offer a virtual lab that allows you to log into a lab computer from anywhere you have internet access therefore letting you use software that you might not have installed on your own machine (SPSS, Microsoft Office, etc.) Check out our list of software available. If you are having software problems, contact the IT Help Desk.
NKU has a campus license for Qualtrics.
Learn more about the classes we offer, free of charge.
Web Conferencing/Online Meetings
NKU has a campus license for WebEx (web conferencing) and Microsoft Skype for Business (instant messaging). We also over lecture recording software (Tegrity) Learn more.
The Virtual Private Network is how you connect securely to certain NKU systems when you are not on campus.