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macOS Monterey. is now approved.
Steps to register you SUnet account for the password reset tool and/or changing or resetting your SUNet/SU GMail password.
Set up your SU email and choose a password.
macOS Monterey is now approved for use at SU. We've put together this guide to make it as easy as possible and encourage you to take a look before you upgrade.
Connect your Android phone or tablet to the 1SU WiFi network
Information about Virginia Code § 23.1-405(C) and email visibility
Zoom Tips & Best Practices
WEPA provides all students with the ability to upload/send their documents from any location (i.e. personal computers, dorm rooms, labs, libraries) and conveniently print those documents at any WEPA Printing Kiosk on campus.
To help save you lots of time and aggravation, we recommend that you take the precaution of regularly backing up your data and settings. This article describes how to manually back up your personal files and settings in Windows 10 and Windows 7. It also describes how to use the data tools in Windows to back up your files and settings.
Use Time Machine, the built-in backup feature of your Mac, to automatically back up your personal data, including apps, music, photos, email, and documents. Having a backup allows you to recover files that were deleted, or that were lost because the hard disk (or SSD) in your Mac needed to be erased or replaced.
The full version of Office 365 is available for Mac and Windows. To download the installer, follow these steps.
There are several WiFi networks around campus, which one should you use?
Follow the steps in this article to install Microsoft Office on your iPad.
Connect to your preferred available network printer
SU Guest is a dedicated WiFi network for all guests and visitors to SU.