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A brief list of must dos for new students before arriving on campus for the semester.
The Office of Information Technology is rolling out a new single point of access single-sign on and application delivery system, FalconLink.  FalconLink, using ClassLink technology, allows everyone to access their applications and data from anywhere via a web browser (for applications that support web use).
FalconLink is the universal application launch pad for Cedar Crest College's many applications.  First time logging in? Here is some help!
The Office of Information Technology recognizes that in order to keep our computing infrastructure safe, secure, and operating efficiently, the computers on the network must be regularly updated and maintain a certain level of modern operating system.  To that end, the Office of Information Technology has started testing Microsoft Windows 11 in preparation for its release (10/5/2021).  These are the results of our testing
FalconLink is the universal application launch pad for Cedar Crest College's many applications.  Here are instructions on how to access both kinds of single-sign-on applications.
FalconLink is the universal application launch pad for Cedar Crest College's many applications. FalconLink includes a feature called MyFiles that allows you to access and use your files that exist on our local network and your Microsoft OneDrive from within FalconLink.  Here is how that feature works.
Directions on using our self-service site to reset your password.
FalconLink is the universal application launch pad for Cedar Crest College's many applications. One of the features of FalconLink is the ability to change your FalconNet password (here is what FalconNet password controls) from anywhere, and anytime -- even if you have forgotten it.  Here is how you do it!
FalconLink is the universal application launch pad for Cedar Crest College's many applications. One of the features is the ability to change your FalconNet password from anywhere, at anytime. Here is how you do it!
Did you recently receive an email alerting you that you have 7 days before your password expires?  Or do you just need to change your password quickly?  You can reduce the trouble and lost time that it causes you by taking advantage of our online password reset tool!  The technology support center website enables faculty and staff to change reset their password online, without calling the Help Desk.
FalconLink is the universal application launch pad for Cedar Crest College's many applications.  Too many applications on your dashboard?  Add some folders!
FalconLink is the universal application launch pad for Cedar Crest College's many applications. If you would like to add an application to FalconLink that only you will use, you can!  In addition, you can also ask to have an app added to the single-sign-on library through this process.
FalconLink is the universal application launch pad for Cedar Crest College's many applications. In order for FalconLink to pass through your authentication information to other websites, it installs an extension in your web browser.  You must do this. If you do not, authentication will not work properly.
FalconLink is the universal application launch pad for Cedar Crest College's many applications.  One of the key features of FalconLink is the blanketed MFA (multifactor authentication) security that it offers.  All accounts in FalconLink will be required to use MFA -- here is how you set it up!
FalconLink is the universal application launch pad for Cedar Crest College's many applications. FalconLink includes a feature called MyFiles that allows you to access and use your files that exist on our local network from within FalconLink.  Here is how that feature works.
FalconLink is the universal application launch pad for Cedar Crest College's many applications.  When you change your password in an application that is a Saved Single-Sign-On application, you will also need to update it in FalconLink.  Here's how!
One of the benefits of moving to Jenzabar's cloud hosting platform is the relative ease with updates/upgrades/patches.  As such, we will always keep within one minor release version of their current product.  The version numbers look like this: 2019.1.03.  The major release version number is the year (2019, 2020) - the minor version number is represented by the numbers that immediately follow (.1, .2 etc).  The numbers that follow that are patches and fixes.
Links to Microsoft's Office Training. Free for students and employees.
Office of Information Technology systems maintenance and update schedule.
Classroom and Conference Spaces A/V Renovation Schedule
Overview of accessing online health forms for traditional undergraduate students.
Information on discounts offered to the Cedar Crest community by third party technology vendors.
Information on our deactivation policies for accounts.