A Campus ID is a serial number that is given to everyone with a UWM affiliation. Campus ID numbers consist of two sections. The first section is nine digits and usually starts with "99". The second section consists of two digits and is separated from the first nine by a space. A user's Campus ID number is confidential information and is akin to a Social Security Number. A Campus ID can be located on a student's PantherCard.
If you are having difficulty finding your Campus ID, refer to: Campus ID Finder Tool
CampusPress is built upon the functions of WordPress, a hosting service which makes creating websites easy, but is intended for use within educational institutions.
It is tailored specifically for K-12 and Higher Education so that institutions from grade schools to colleges are able to create an all encompassing website for the entire institution, and it's sub colleges or domains.
For more information, see their site; CampusPress.com
Canvas is a digital learning environment which grants access to discussions, readings, videos, quizzes, and assignment submissions.
Canvas can also be referred to as Instructure, although that is the company that developed the learning management system.
To log into Canvas, see this KB article: https://kb.uwm.edu/uwmhd/page.php?id=88860
An acronym for the College of Engineering and Applied Science at University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.
Cherwell Service Management (CSM), developed by Cherwell Software, is a configurable, scalable Out-Of-The-Box (OOTB) Service Desk solution based on IT Service Management (ITSM) best practices and the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) framework. More information about ITSM and ITIL can be found at itsm.uwm.edu.
A lightweight operating system produced and managed by Google that is based upon the Google Chrome web-browser. It is used primarily for lightweight applications such as writing labs, note taking, and small form factor laptops and desktops for home and office use.
A Computer Name is a unique identifier issued to every university owned device. Current university computers use the following convention: [UWM or WAK][6 digit Asset ID] (e.g. UWM001234). Older computers may follow other conventions, such as [Department]-[Building/room]-[computer number] (e.g. CCL-BOL225-11), and [SA]-[Service Tag] (e.g. SA-1A2B3C4). For a desktop computer, the label with the computer name is usually found on the top or side of the tower.