Where is Information Technology located?
-We are located at 409 Hoskins Ave, in the Technology Training Center. It is across from the Barnes and Noble Campbellsville University Bookstore.
What kind of services does Information Technology provide?
-The IT department provides network services and support to all faculty, staff and students. We can assist students with installing antivirus software, virus removal, and other technical questions.
Why can’t I connect to the internet in my dorm?
-First make sure you have followed the instructions with network registration located on the Information Technology tab located on TigerNet. If you have followed the instructions and still you are not successful, please contact IT for further support.
How do I access the wireless connections on campus?
-In order to connect to TigerWifi, you must register your device. Assistance for registering your device is available on the Information Technology tab located on TigerNet.
Where are the available wireless connections located?
-All residence halls have wireless connections.Wireless is available in many other areas on campus. Any place you see TigerWifi broadcasting, you can connect. Most common study areas for students include: The Hard Wood Café and Davenport Student Commons area, BASC, Montgomery Library, Winters Dining Hall, Tigerville Grille and Papa Johns.
How do I setup my student email account?
-Please follow the instructions located on the student email account information sheet available on the Information Technology tab located on TigerNet.
Why can’t I use P2P software like Limewire, Ares etc.?
-Campbellsville University takes copyright issues very seriously. According to the RIAA’s website, “Plain and simple: piracy is bad news. While the term is commonly used, “piracy” doesn’t even begin to describe what is taking place. When you go online and download songs without permission, you are stealing. The illegal downloading of music is just as wrong as shoplifting from a local convenience store – and the impact on those who create music and bring it to fans is equally devastating.”
Campbellsville University has a copyright policy in place and all users of Campbellsville University’s resources are bound by this policy. If you do not agree with the policy listed here, then you may not use Campbellsville University resources.