We are working to update the structure of our E-mail system to help us bring increased electronic functionality to our current faculty, staff, and students. Here is an update of what will happen at some point in the near future:
- Alumni of Huntingdon College will have their email accounts transitioned from (for example): email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- You will not lose any of your historical emails.
- You will still be able to receive emails that are sent to your old @hawks.huntingdon.edu account.
- Your password will not be changed by us.
- To log in, you will simply change the @hawks.huntingdon.edu part of what you previously typed to @alumni.huntingdon.edu.
- Attempts to log in using your @hawks.huntingdon.edu accounts will not work.
- Some non-current students who did not graduate from Huntingdon College may lose access to their Hawks email accounts entirely.
Huntingdon College Technology Services
The Tech Team
The Office of Technology Support Services (Tech Team), with offices located in various offices across campus, serves the entire campus community in the following ways, among others:
- Orders, issues, and sets up laptop computers for students and other technology needs for faculty and staff (computers, printers, phones, etc.);
- Corrects issues that occur with supported technology;
- Arranges for and approves software access;
- Maintains wired and wireless Internet connections;
- Maintains campus phones;
- Oversees and operates the Print and Mail Services Center;
- Issues faculty, staff, and student I.D. cards;
- Arranges for business cards and stationery/envelope needs (faculty and staff);
- Arranges technology for meetings and classes (including Smart Classrooms).
Cayzu – Service Request System
Cayzu, the Service Request System is an automated system that enables students, faculty, and staff to report where repairs or attention is needed regarding facilities, technology, or buildings and grounds. For further assistance, contact email@example.com.
Get connected! At Huntingdon, each full-time student in the traditional program is provided a laptop computer for use during all four years of study—theirs to keep at graduation. Limited on-campus warranty maintenance for the hardware and installed software is provided, as well. Each residence hall room has internet service provided for each student. You may either provide your own printer or access printing services in the Print and Mail Services Center in Roland Student Center, with most class-related printing being provided to students free of charge.
You will receive your computer and basic information about how to use it from the Office of Technology Support Services staff during Big Red Weekend (fall semester), or the weekend before classes begin in the spring semester, when you enroll for the first time. If you experience problems with the computer or would like more information about a specific function after you enroll, contact the Helpdesk.
Note: Computer specifications are determined on an annual basis. Transfer students may receive used or older models than freshmen receive.