Network Communications administers the University's telephone system network including local and long distance service. The University features Cisco IP phones with a variety of user-manageable settings. Requests for services and equipment are processed through the Technical Support Center at (970) 351-4357 or at the SupportU portal.
Telephone Extension & Voicemail - An extension and voicemail are available once your PDID has been completed. You can submit a ticket to request an extension and voicemail to the Technical Support Center. A link has been provided for your convenience.
Conference Bridge - A phone number can be provided for multiple audio conference participants to call in to. Up to 10 participants can be on one call. Please call the TSC at (970) 351-4357 to verify the availability of the resource and information on telephone number prior to scheduling a conference call. You will then be contacted with instructions on how to establish this service.
Long Distance Authorization Code - Faculty & Staff can obtain an authorization code for their University related long distance calls once an account has been set up. This request can be made by submitting a ticket to the Technical Support Center. University policy requires faculty and staff to reimburse their department for all personal long distance telephone charges placed using the long distance authorization code.
Unified Messaging - Combines your voicemail messages and emails together thereby allowing you to gain access to your voicemail messages and email messages by telephone or a computer equipped with speakers. Computer users can select and play voicemail recordings that appear in their email inboxes. Telephone users can both retrieve voicemail and hear text-to-voice translation of email messages.
For more information about any of the above services, please contact the Technical Support Center at (970) 351-4357 or via the SupportU portal.