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Our mission is to empower students, staff, and faculty to develop, use, and manage information effectively by providing them with the resources, training and data-management tools necessary to fulfill the college mission.

Please check out our Knowledge Base for assistance with software applications, Faculty or Student Portal, and more! Feel free to select one of the numerous links on the left navigation pane.  Commonly asked questions from our students, faculty and staff can be found on the following links:

Commonly Asked Questions from our Students
Commonly Asked Questions from our Faculty/Staff

Effective Fall 2016:
The IT Department would like to announce student network storage or “N:” drive, (where students save files on campus) is migrating to Office 365, specifically OneDrive. This initiative will enable students to have access to their documents on and off campus. This change will be effective Fall 2016 so we are encouraging our returning students to copy their files from their college network storage (N: drive) to OneDrive prior to leaving for the semester. Below are instructions to assist you:

1. Login to your student webmail (or access https://portal.office.com).
2. Select the OneDrive tile and answer “Yes” to any security warnings you receive.
3. Click the Upload icon and navigate to your network storage or “N:” drive. Select the file(s) you want to upload and click Open.
Your files are uploaded to OneDrive.

Please note: Folders will not be uploaded, but you can create the folder in OneDrive and then upload the documents into the newly created folder.

If you can't find what you need feel free to ask a question and the Technology Coordinator will reply as soon as possible. If you would like to stop by the Technology Coordinator's office, it is located on the 3rd floor right off the middle stairwell in room 339M, or phone 562-4261.

Clinton Community College uses Microsoft Internet Explorer as the official web browser for the college campus computers. We acknowledge that most popular web browsers will work with a majority of web sites but can offer minimal support for the other browsers.

For questions or comments about the IT site, click here.

Students needing assistance with software programs are encouraged to visit the Tutoring Center located at 430M.

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