Getting connected, staying online and being a safe, smart member of our computing community are essential to your success at Seattle University. On-campus the Office of Information Technology (OIT) provides the people, services, resources and tools to keep you connected to the University's computer network and to the Internet. All of our living spaces include network connections for your computer and all locations in the residence halls offer wireless access.
Computer use has become an integral part of many University activities. While much computing can now be done on individual computing resources, most information and communications systems either reside on central computers or use networks.
All computing resources must be used in an ethical and responsible manner. All computing resources provided by the University are intended to further the mission of the University. Equipment, supplies, bandwidth and accounts are to be used for University related work. You are responsible for taking care of all equipment provided by the University and not consuming more than your fair share. All users should be respectful of other users' privacy and needs.
For complete policies relating to computing, visit the Office of Information Technology's website.
In order to better serve our students, the Office of Information Technology maintains a Knowledge Base (KB). This resource provides customers with answers to many frequently asked questions and in-depth how-to guides. The Knowledge Base is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to empower students with self-service resolution to many common support issues related to connecting and troubleshooting on-campus.
Specific articles related to on-campus living can be found under "On-Campus."
Education Centers provide a "community commons" environment in each residence hall. These comfortable spaces are reserved primarily for student study and are conducive to both individual study and group work. Each Education Center is equipped with computer workstations so residents may access the wide range of digital resources on campus. In addition, select academic programs and services are presented in the Education Centers during each quarter.
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