After Move In
A number of faculty have gone to a network-based learning and correspondence environment for their classes, achieved by using Sakai. Access Sakai at https://sakai.bradley.edu/portal
Visit the Instructional Technology Assistance Center (ITAC) for additional assistance.
Links, resources and documents
- Technology HelpDesk
- Cullom-Davis Library
- Instructional Technology Engineering and Media Services
- Instructional Technology Assistance Center (ITAC)
- WCBU FM 89.9
I already have anti-virus software on my computer. Do I have to install the software provided by Bradley?
You can use any anti-virus software, provided that updates remain current.
Can I wait until move-in weekend to “secure” my computer?
We recommend that you set up your computer prior to move-in weekend. When you connect your computer up to our network and the security steps are not performed, you may be susceptible to viruses and spyware and may not meet the requirements to register your computer on our network. You will also save a lot of time by performing the steps at home.
What will happen if I don't follow the Bradley Security Recommendations?
If inappropriate network activity is observed by our Network Engineers, your computer may be placed in Quarantine and you will be required to perform all of the security measures and have it verified at the HelpDesk prior to obtaining access to the network. Please read our Malware Policy for more information.
What is the cost for using the network?
There is no charge to access the network in the Residence Halls
If my computer "crashes" while I am at Bradley, can someone fix it for me?
The Technology HelpDesk provides level one support for student owned computers. However, hands-on support such as hardware repair is limited. Please see our Student Computer Support Policy for complete information.