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Enriching your extracurricular experiences with technology

Whether you will be a full-or part-time student, living on campus or commuting, the school’s social, extracurricular, and career services activities will be an important part of your educational experience. Find out about the technology tools that facilitate different communities on campus, allowing for communication, personal development, and getting together in person and virtually.

Accessing computer services
  1. What public access for computing is available to students? Examples include computing labs, cyber cafés, residence-hall computers, and wireless access. 

    Most classrooms, open access labs, library, residence halls, and administration buildings on the Fayetteville State University campus have access to both the wired and wireless network. FSU has open access computer labs in various locations across campus.
  2. Does the campus provide institutional e-mail accounts for all students and use e-mail as an official medium of communication?

    Email is an official means of communication at Fayetteville State University. All students (full time and part time) automatically get a network/e-mail account when they register for classes the first time. This account enables students to access public computers in any computing lab on campus, utilize their own personal FSU email account, and search the library databases from off campus.
  3. Does the campus provide and support electronic space for personal student Web pages?

    Personal student web pages are not available at this time.
  4. Is network bandwidth limited for peer-to-peer software, gaming, Web cams, or other programs requiring high levels of network services?

    There is no network bandwidth limit for any programs.
  5. Is there a campus code of behavior about using computer resources?

    Yes, the University computer usage policy is available online.
Connecting with others
  1. Is contact information for students, faculty, and staff readily accessible electronically?

    A staff and faculty directory is available from the FSU Quick Links as well as in the Global Address Book in Outlook. Student contact information is only avaliable in the Global Address List in Outlook.
  2. Does the campus make online communities available (for example, forums, bulletin boards, and so forth)? 

    FSU  provides specific course related online discussion forums to students through Blackboard, our course management system.
  3. Are there Web sites for student organizations and clubs?

    Yes, websites are available for clubs and organizations.
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