Faulkner University students living in a residence hall have several ways of using computer and web-based services. Access is available 24 hours, 7 days a week, and offered via the following methods:
Residence Hall Lab
Logging into a dorm PC will enable you to use network resources including email, Internet, printing, and document storage. To use the Faulkner network, you must fill-out and sign the Computer Usage Form.
Students with a wireless desktop or laptop computer may connect to the wireless network at many locations across campus, including the residence halls. If your computer has Wi-Fi, you can simply connect to an available wireless SSID and start your web browser. The browser will be redirected to the wireless network login page where you will login using your student account and your chosen password. (Please see instructions on account setup below)
Grades and Account Information
Grades will not be mailed. To check grades or account information, go the following site: my.faulkner.edu (without www)
Your grade(s) will appear in the Class Schedule section of the Summary information for the term selected. Grades issued will be posted to the website the following day by noon.
Access to Internet gaming is allowed throughout the week but is more relaxed after 5 PM. You may use campus network PCs to download games and programs, but when the PC is restarted, the programs are automatically removed. This does not apply to your personal PC.
Traditional students are encouraged to store their school-related files on the Student Server or their Faulkner Google Drive. The use of USB flash drives are permitted, but storing files on the server or Google Drive will assure a safe location. The drive letter assigned to the Student Server is H:\, followed by your Student ID Number. It will be visible as an option when you save a file using any Faulkner lab or classroom computer. Please do not store MP3, MP4, WMA, or any copyrighted files on the server or the Google Drive. Please refer to the Statement of Ethics for more information regarding copyright violations.
Students are responsible for supplying their own paper in the resident hall printers. The resident hall supervisor is responsible for toner in the resident hall labs. If you need paper or toner in the lab printers, please contact the lab directors for lab PCs.
If you require assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or dial extension 7171 (on campus). Our office is located in room 106 of the Rotunda. Our hours are 7:30 am – 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
At this time, EFC is not permitted to work on students’ personal computers or enter students’ dorm rooms or apartments to work on personal PCs. However, if you have trouble accessing wireless in the dorms please contact EFC.