Information Technology at FSU
To succeed at FSU, students need some basic information technology skills. At a minimum, students should be able to
- Access Banner Self-Service to register for classes, check their grades, etc. (click here for instructions);
- Access their FSU e-mail account to check for messages from instructors, staff, and other students.
- Access Blackboard, FSU's gateway to online course materials; and
- Log in to the network from a campus computer (.pdf format; Adobe Acrobat Reader required to view).
- Access your VIP Page, a personalized portal with information you will need to succeed at FSU. The VIP Page has different log-in from your FSU network. (You can re-set it to match your FSU information after you first log in.) If you were admitted for Fall 2010, you should have received an e-mail with log-in information.
If you own a computer, you may wish to
- connect your computer to the network from a residence hall;
- connect to wireless access points distributed around campus;
- access Chesnutt Library resources remotely.
The links above will take you to the information you need to learn these skills.
iNside FSU allows you to access Blackboard, e-mail, Banner, and much more with a single log-in. Use your network username and password to log in.
If you don't own a computer, there are a number of computer labs on campus:
- Bryant 114
- Harris Office 14
- Hood 17
- Honors Suites 102-5, 117-20, 202-5, 217-20
- Joyner 30
- New Res 307B
- Smith 113
- Vance 103A
- Williams 100
- Praxis Lab, Butler 209
- English Lab, Butler 312
- Education Lab, Butler 317
- University College Learning Center
- Chesnutt Library
- Open-Use Lab, SBE 214
- Open-Use Lab, Chick 216A
- Freshman Seminar Mini-Laptop Lab
- Monday, TS 101
- Friday, Chick 134
The ITTS (Information Technology and Telecommunications Services) website has much more about information technology @ FSU.
- Log-in Problems?
- Banner: Contact the Office of the Registrar.
- Network/Email: Contact ITTS.