​information for students​​​​​​​​​

​Labs & Technology Enhanced Classrooms Information

Labs and Technology Enhanced Classrooms enable instructors, as well as students, to access tools and resources available beyond the traditional classroom. Technology Enhanced Classrooms provide the equipment and tools for a broader learning experience to actively engage the audience.  These classrooms provide instructors with a variety of tools, enabling them to impact students in ways never before possible.  The university currently supports 126 labs and technology enhanced classrooms on campus.   

Technology Open Arena

Open Arena (our beginning of the Fall semester support event) will be dedicated to those who need assistance connecting to the network.  If you have any questions regarding this information please contact Technology Support Services at 419-434-4357 (HELP) or send an e-mail to Technology Support Services. ​

Click here​ to prepare your computer for the University's network. 

Student Technology Center

The Student Technology Center (STC) is a special mini-lab where students can bring their technology related questions. The STC is staffed by other students who can help you find the answers you are looking for. In addition to having open lab hours, the STC offers many workshops on a variety of topics.  


Microsoft Campus Agreement

The University of Findlay is currently under a Microsoft Campus Agreement (MCA).  Through this, registered students can purchase specific Microsoft software products to be used on a personally owned computer. Students are encouraged to take advantage of the huge savings the MCA provides.

Throughout the year, these products can be purchased online.  

You will be required to login using your UFnet account username and password.


The Blackboard learning management system, UF Online​, delivers and enhances both online and onsite courses.  The use of Blackboard has also been extended into other areas of University life for students, faculty and staff.​  

Registering your smartphone and gaming devices

Smart Phones, PDAs, DVRs, TVs, and Gaming Consoles may be registered with the Network Access System and connected to the UF network and Internet.

Click here for instructions on connecting mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.

Click here to register gaming systems or other networked devices. These devices must be registered from another computer while on-campus. Click here for instructions.

If you have any issues registering your device, please copy down the Hardware/MAC Address of your device connection and please contact Technology Support Services(TSS) at x4357 for assistance.  

To register your computer, please click here.

You will be required to login using your UFnet account username and password.​​​