Engineering Technical Services

Engineering Technical Services serves and partners with Faculty, Staff and Students across the Fulton Schools of Engineering. Core services include technology planning, support and implementation. ETS partners closely with each school’s dedicated IT team to help meet the unique needs of their school.

ETS News and Stories

ETS News

  • Classroom Enhancements
    The look and function of learning environments have significantly changed over the years and have been most apparent in recent months. We have seen an accelerated transformation regarding the use
  • Fulton Launches The Software Hub
    New for the Fall of 2022, engineering students, staff, and faculty now have a centralized starting point to find software available to them. Sun Devils from the Ira A. Fulton
  • Free SolidWorks Certification Vouchers for Engineering Students
    As a member of the SolidWorks Education Program, Fulton Schools of Engineering students get free access to SolidWorks CAD software, plus vouchers for various SolidWorks certifications (over $1,000 total value)!
  • Recommended Devices for Students
    Fulton Schools of Engineering recommends a minimum set of computer specifications for most entry-level courses. As you advance through your program, your computing needs may increase. Speak to your faculty
  • Special Event – Networking
    Have a special event a few weeks away? Need augmented WiFi to ensure coverage for a dense population or internet cabled to an unusual space? Please submit a ServiceNow Ticket

ETS Stories

  • Google Storage Changes
    Google Workspace for Education (formerly G Suite) is changing the allowed storage for educational institutions. As a result, the storage allotted to ASU will be significantly reduced. Starting on December
  • Fulton’s Tutoring System Serves Thousands of Engineering Students with Just One Full-Time Staff Member
    Fulton Schools of Engineering Tutor Management System connects hundreds of students with tutors while reducing the number of staff required to manage the system. Available free of charge, this service
  • Supporting the Future of Now
    The podium PC wouldn’t boot. A bustle of students flowed into the classroom as the professor furrowed her brow. She had only moments to resolve this before class began. IT