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This article explains how to connect to the network drives (P, S and T) from your computer. If you are off campus, you will need to connect to our VPN.
This article explains how to use the Microsoft Password Reset page to reset your SLU network password.
This article explains how to set up and connect to St. Lawrence's virtual private network (VPN) on Windows 7,8, and 10.
Faculty, staff and students can access a Windows PC from a computer or mobile device with Internet access by going to https://desktop.stlawu.edu. SLU Windows Desktop is perfect for accessing applications that are Windows-only or that you do not have installed on your computer.
This article explains how to install Microsoft Office 365 applications (e.g. Word, Excel and PowerPoint) for Mac and Windows computers.
This article explains how to set up and connect to St. Lawrence's virtual private network (VPN) on Mac OS 10.8 and higher.
In the event of an emergency that disrupts our residential learning environment, this guide provides instructors with some recommendations for transitioning instructional activities to an online approach.
This article explains how to confirm or update the personal contact information used for resetting your SLU network password.
Faculty, staff and students can record screencasts and presentations with Screencast-O-Matic at https://screencast-o-matic.com/stlawu.
This article will guide you through the process to view your W2 in the Saints Portal.
This article explains how to install SLU Public Printing on Mac computers.
This is a tutorial on how to install Minitab 18 for Windows. You can also run the virtual desktop environment if you would like to not install Minitab on your personal computer or if you have a Mac.
This article explains how to install SLU Public Printing on widows devices.
This article explains how to setup email using the outlook app on IOS for students.
This article explains how to print to SLU Public Printing Mobile from iOS devices.
This article explains how to set up access to St. Lawrence University email and calendar on iOS devices running iOS 10 and higher.
This article explains how to publish/unpublish a Sakai course site. All Sakai course sites are created automatically, but are not published. Students will not see a Sakai course site if it is not published.
Instructions for how to install Adobe applications through the Creative Cloud app.
This article provides specifics of what technology every new student should or should not bring to campus.
ChemDraw Prime 17.1 is available for free to all students and faculty through our Site License with PerkinElmer Informatics and Cambridge Software. In addition to your personal copy, it's installed on the Windows 10 classroom and lab computers and the virtual SLU Windows Desktop (desktop.stlawu.edu).
This article explains how to connect to the eduroam wifi network.
This article provides information for SLU employees on how to access the Saints Portal. The Saints Portal is where employees enter their time, check their benefits, and access their W2s, as well as other administrative information.
This article explains how to set up access to St. Lawrence University email on Android phones and other Android devices.
If you have been granted access to a generic (or shared access) email account by a Systems Administrator, you can add the account to your Microsoft Outlook client by following the steps below.