The Account Service is for clients looking for support with their username and password. We can assist with Login Inquiries through providing clients with password resets (Identity verification required).
Account inquiries can include, but not limited to: FanshaweOnline, and WebAdvisor, for Students and Staff, and Colleague, Voicemail and Corporate Email for Staff.
We resopond within
24-48 Businesss Hours during our regular schedule.
This service is available to all students, applicants, staff and faculty.
This service carries no fees.
Please contact us (Contact details in the Contacts Section above)
Please consult the following Questions and Answers for some frequuently requested information
The IT Service Desk will only deactivate accounts in the event that they have been compromised (i.e. account credentials have been stolen by a hacker).
Accounts are typically deactivated if clients send out spam messages, as this is a sign of account compromise.
Should you receive a message such as “The current account is locked” means that the system has locked your account for too many incorrect password attempts. Your account will automatically activate, however you may wish to contact us to receive a quicker resolution.
The IT Service Desk contacts staff by phone first, and follows up via email.
All compromised account holders must contact us in person or over the phone and provide proof of identity before we can reactivate your account.
Recent phishing email scams have been circulating, asking users to click on links to reset their passwords due to system upgrades, or mailbox being full.
All communication from the IT Service Desk will come via an authorized email address of email@example.com.
If you are unsure if the email you received is legitimate, please contact us immediately!
No, unfortunately the IT Service Desk does not honor disclosure agreements. Should you wish for your parent or guardian to communicate with us on your behalf, you must give us explicit instructions during that interaction. The agreement will only be valid for that interaction.
When your password is reset, you will have to use the new password, provided to you, to log into all college systems. You will have to change any saved passwords to the new password. This includes the Wi-Fi network, on which you will have to authenticate again on.
The IT Service Desk recommends that you always change your password after it is provided to you and regularly change it to a secure password. Doing so helps you keep your account secure.