Technology Services

Technology Services strives to provide professional computing support and services to enhance student learning at Lees-McRae College and is constantly striving to leverage IT best practices, utilizing an approach that is both creative and pragmatic. 

Services for Students


    Student Email Services

    Student Email Services are the official communication medium of the college. Email service is provided by Office 365 and includes a email address. Students can access their email at any time from their phone, computer, or tablet. Email access is terminated three months after students graduate or withdraw from the college. 
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    Office 365

    Office 365 is provided complimentary to all students, which includes the latest Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, Teams, and more, plus 1TB of secure cloud storage.
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    Digital Television

    Digital Television is provided campus-wide with over 150 channels to choose from. Students will need to provide their own cable-ready ClearQAM compatible television.
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    Montibus is a web-based package providing access to personal and college-related information. Students can check grades, register for classes, view their student account, and more.
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    Brightspace is a web-based package that provides a student landing space for course materials, such as syllabi, readings, assignments, tests, discussion boards, and student grades.
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    High-Speed Wireless Internet

    High-Speed Wireless Internet is provided by an open network to all campus buildings and surrounding areas.

    Wired Internet Connections

    Wired Internet Connections are provided in all residence hall rooms at gigabit speeds. Students will need to provide their own RJ-45 Cat 5e or greater network cable to use this connection point.

    Print and Copy Services

    Print and copy services are provided utilizing a pay-per-print model to manage costs on networked printer/copier equipment. All students receive $50 of print credit on their ID card each semester which provides approximately 1000 black and white printed pages. An ID card is required to activate print and copy services. Students with large print jobs are encouraged to use the Print and Copy Center, located in the Shelton Learning Commons. Personal wireless printers are not supported on the college’s wireless network.


    Computer Labs

    Computer labs and workstations are located throughout campus for general student use. All labs are equipped with desktop computers and network printers. Students should bring a USB flash drive or use their OneDrive account to save their data. Computer labs, at times, may be reserved for classes.

Help Desk Support

The Help Desk provides hardware and software support for all college-owned desktops, laptops, and printers; as well as support for administrative systems and networks. The Help Desk also provides network connectivity and Microsoft Office installation support for students who bring personal computers to campus.

Login problems?

Your username is a combination of your initials and student ID, including the leading zero. Here is an example:

Your name: John Doe
Your student ID: 12345678
Your login username would be:

Resources and Tutorials

Contact Us

Joe Baumhover
Director of Technology Services

Melanie Brookbank
Business Analyst

Jill Kaconas
Technology Support Specialist