Long-distance calls are allowed on university telephones for official University business only.
For personal long-distance calls, employees should use individually purchased prepaid phone cards or personal cell phones.
There are two methods for making long distance calls: Long Distance Access Codes allow you to make a long distance call from any University phone; Calling Cards allow nationwide and international long-distance calling from anywhere in the world.
LDACs can be requested by contacting IT Support. A work order will be placed for our Phone technicians to generate a unique code. For billing purposes, an IPO is needed to create the account.
To recover forgotten authorization codes or get a compromised code replaced, contact the IT Support. A work order will be created and forwarded to a system programmer who will provide the forgotten code or reset your authorization code.
Toll free numbers do not require an access code. They can be dialled by pressing 9 - 1 - then the Number.
Calling cards are available to University departments to accommodate nationwide and international long-distance dialing.
To apply for a calling card, please complete the Calling Card Application form. All pertinent information, account numbers, and an authorized signature must be completed on the form before a calling card is issued.
The Calling Card holder must notify Amy Mckillip if the billing account numbers change.
To place calls from a touch-tone phone outside the U.S. and Canada:
To place calls from a touch-tone phone within the U.S. (including Guam, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands) and Canada: