Following WIFI-Networks are reachable:

  • campus / campus-5
  • eduroam
  • public


Every member of THI has an mail account. For configuration on your device please use exchange.

User: Mail-Adresse
Password: "Ihr Hochschulpasswort"



With an VPN (Virtual Private Network) you can connect to the THI-Network from outside.


The printer infrastructure of the THI includes a FollowMe-Printing-System with Konica Minolta multifunction devices, laserprinter in the PC-Pools and an everyonePrint-System.

The FollowMe-System consists of:

  • KM-STUD-sw
    black printouts
  • KM-STUD-color
    color printouts

For printing on private devices pleas use the Webprint:


Every member of THI get an ID-Card. With this card you can open doors, pay fees or pay your meal in the Mensa.


To use the IT-Services of the THI, you need an user account. You get it from the Study affairs or from the personal office.


In the study portal PRIMUSS you see your personal information saved in the THI and your certificates.

Study Portal Primuss

Here you can inform about your timetable.


Moodle is an e-learning-Plattform. Here you can find the documents of your professors.

e-learning-Plattform Moodle

For filetransfer inside THI-Network use:

\\rz-fs\datentausch bzw. P-Laufwerk

For filetransfer outside THI-Network use
It's an cloud service of TH Aachen. For login use the THI credentials. With this service you can share files to persons with no THI credentials.

Member of THI can use Adobe Connect for webconferences for free. You can share documents and use an phone call. For login use "DFN-AAI" with THI credentials.

On the support system you can see your service request to the IT-Support.

Support System


IT Servicepoint in the library

During term time:

The servicepoint opens again for the start of the winter semester 2018/19. 


The servicepoint is closed on days free of lectures.

Support by e-mail

Tel. +49 (0)841 9348 3200

Latest informations

E-Mail / Exchange

External IMAP connections work again.
Connections from Russia, China and Netherlands are still closed.