IT Information for Students
If you need assistance, please visit the helpdesk portal at https://www.nec.edu/helpdesk and submit a ticket.
If you are unable to login to the portal, please email email@example.com
The Information Technology department at New England College supports students, faculty, and staff for all campus computing needs. Helpdesk support, email services, financial applications, academic applications, network connectivity and Internet services all fall within our responsibilities. In support of our campus mission, the NEC Helpdesk strives to assist students with technology issues and more importantly to help them become as self-sufficient as possible. Just as with knowing to have your car’s oil changed, (or a more contemporary example – sending a text message or tweet), computers and their basic maintenance have become a routine part of everyone’s work and personal life. Teaching these life skills is one of our contributions to the learning process.
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INFORMATION AND TUTORIALS FOR BLACKBOARD
Tips for Technology Use at NEC
Setup and test any computer and software you purchase BEFORE coming to the NEC campus.While we can assist with many problems, knowing your computer and software works before getting to campus will make it that much easier when you get here. When you arrive on campus, so will every other student. Please avoid the lines and check your new computer and software before you arrive.
Wireless Network Services for Residence Halls. NEC has partnered with Apogee, a specialized provider of residential networks, to deploy and support an advanced wireless network for our residence halls, featuring 100% wireless connectivity, 24/7 student support, and more. For more information and to set up your account please visit MyResNet.com or call Apogee’s 24 hour support at 855.377.4156 for the Henniker campus, and 833.548.0090 for the Manchester campus.
Ensure your computer meets all the requirements for using the NEC network before coming to campus. See this page for more information: Orientation Guide – Accessing the New England College Network
Other suggested items to bring
- Network cable – 15-20” (also known as an Ethernet cable or data cable)
- Cable lock – to physically lock your computer in your room
- USB Flash drive – for easy storing and transporting of files•Chargers – and power cords for all your gear
- Warranty information for your computer in case you need warranty support from the vendor
- Xfinity on Campus
- Classroom Internet Access
- Installing Microsoft Office 365 on your device
- Microsoft Single Sign-On Password Reset
- NEC Wireless Guest Sign in
- Setting up your OneDrive
- Setup NEC email on your Mobile Device
Information Technology at NEC
- Discounts on Computers and Software
- IT Resource Map-Henniker
- Web Addresses for Directly Accessing NEC Services
- Tip Sheet-Contacting the NEC Helpdesk
Help Desk hours (Sept.-May)
Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm on campus, 5:00pm to 8:00pm remote.
Saturday 8:30am-12:30pm remote.
Summer Help Desk hours: 8:30-4:30pm, Monday-Friday.
For any technology questions feel free to contact the Helpdesk by email or by calling 603.428.2350. You may also visit the Help Desk in Henniker in the lower level of the Danforth Library. Or in Manchester on the first floor of Lowell.
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