Popular Technology

Getting Started Guide

Curated popular tools, services & resources

Course Site

Access online course content

Connect Lehigh

A central hub that consolidates and organizes frequently-used campus applications and information in one place.

Printing and Printers

Student printers are located in labs throughout campus.


LUapps provides access to over sixty software applications -- MatLab, Mathematica, MS Office, SolidWorks, SAS, SPSS, and more!

LinkedIn Learning

Students have free access to thousands of videos and online courses on a broad range of topics -- certifications, programming tutorials, meditation, time management, and other professional and personal development.

Bulletin boards

Post or view listings in sale, lost/found, wanted, housing boards. Textbooks sold here! Use Lehigh credentials to log in.

Library Resources

Databases A-Z

Browse this list alphabetically, by subject, or by type to find databases relevant to your research.

View databases

Library Research Guides

Not sure where to start? Use these guides to find information specific to your research. Browse by course, subject, or topic.

View guides

Interlibrary Loan

Request materials from other libraries

Learn more


Ebooks and audiobooks by BIPOC and LGBTQ+ authors. Read or listen on your computer or mobile device (via Libby app).

View the OverDrive library

Student Experiences

Technology, Research, and Communications (TRAC) Writing Fellows

Students engaged and trained in peer tutoring and mentoring in writing

Student Developer Lab

A dedicated space for students interested in the design, development, and testing of interactive and game-based applications, assets, and experiences

Teacher Development for Graduate Students

A non-credit series specifically for graduate students to develop classroom and instructional skills, held each Fall and Spring semester, sponsored by CITL and the Graduate Life Office.

Frequently Asked Questions

To find your LIN number, go to https://go.lehigh.edu/ssb and click Personal Information, or go to connect.lehigh.edu and check your Banner category.

Duo push with the Duo app is the most convenient option and what most people use--but it's good to have backup options in case your phone is lost or broken. We recommend that you set up alternate authentication methods. You create bypass codes at go.lehigh.edu/duobackup, and you can add alternate Duo authentication methods (phone call, security key) at accounts.lehigh.edu.

If you do not have access to your phone, and have not set up any backup alternatives, contact the LTS Help Desk at 610-758-4357 (HELP), via chat at lehigh.edu/ltschat, or via email at helpdesk@lehigh.edu.

Yes! Go to connect.lehigh.edu.