- As an eligible member of the U-M College of Engineering community, an individual has access to a particular set of computing services provided by CAEN.
- Questions about obtaining CAEN Access can be directed to the CAEN Help Desk.
CAEN provides the Michigan Engineering community with a comprehensive set of technologies and services that support educational, research, and administrative needs. Having access to CAEN computer lab services (also known as having CAEN Access) offers a particular set of resources designated for instructional or course-related use. Depending on an individual’s role at the College (e.g. student, faculty, staff, temporary employee…), access to certain services may or may not be available. For example, temporary employees are not eligible for access to the CAEN computer labs in College of Engineering buildings.
In general, depending on one’s role at the College, all eligible individuals receive access to a certain combination of computer lab services, including:
- 24-hour access to CAEN computer labs
- 24-hour remote access to the Linux Remote Login Service
- 24-hour remote access to the Windows Remote Desktop Service
- A Windows Home Directory for continuous file storage
All individuals who access CAEN computer lab services are subject to University of Michigan and College of Engineering policies, outlined in the CAEN Conditions of Use.
ITS Computing Accounts
Eligible members of the College of Engineering may also obtain computing services provided by Information & Technology Services (ITS). ITS offers a set of Standard Computing Services for access to campus-wide computing resources. In addition, access to CAEN computing services requires a U-M uniqname and UMICH password for authentication, so individuals must obtain their U-M ITS computing account prior to accessing CAEN services.