D2L is an online course management system
for professors and students to use. Please note that you will only have
access to your D2L if you are enrolled in a course and the
instructor of that course has activated the course in D2L (note that
some instructors may not activate their courses). Once you are enrolled
in a D2L course you can login to your account using your NetID here.
The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse does not encourage students to use the campus network connection in order to play video games or take advantage of other network functions currently available through gaming consoles, but we do understand that many students now own and use their gaming consoles in their daily lives. We do not support any issues you may encounter while playing video games or using gaming consoles for any reason in the residence halls. Also,
we do not guarantee the network connection speed or quality gaming consoles receive in the residence halls
, especially during academic hours. The campus network and internet connection received in the residence halls to be used first and foremost for the completion of academic related work and research. That being said, below you will find information regarding connecting some of the most popular gaming consoles to the campus network.
Currently Supported Devices
Although all recent gaming consoles come with the capability of being connected to a wireless network, no current gaming consoles support the authentication procedure used on our campus network. Keep in mind, you are forbidden to use a router or access point in the residence halls (wired or wireless).
Violation of this rule will result in the device being confiscated by Information Technology Services or Residence Life Information Services
ITS offers Q & A sessions in the evenings during the semester, which are provided by our student peer mentors. Q & A sessions are offered M-W evening from 5:30pm-8:30pm and are open sessions for students to stop in room 23 Wing with any questions related to D2L ePortfolios, academic web pages on SAWS, Google Apps (including Google Sites), or Office 2013.
In late 2013, Microsoft announced that universities with existing Microsoft Office licenses for faculty and staff would also be allowed to provide students use of Microsoft Office products. The new service is called Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus for Students and allows students to download, install, and use Microsoft Office at no cost. To take advantage of this new service follow these steps:
Some information to be aware of when using Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus for Students.
While EagleApps (email) and NetID accounts are different, both passwords can be changed at once by using the tools on the
password management web page.
When changing a password, please be sure to follow the Strong Password guidelines listed on that site.
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