Technology Help Desk Hours
9 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday
(701) 252-3467 Ext: 5611 firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Jamestown is committed to helping students meet the challenges of modern technology and the computer age. Within this broad framework, the University provides students with a variety of computing tools and support.
All residence halls have computer labs, printing, and direct and wireless connectivity.
MyJC is University of Jamestown’s web portal and Learning Management System (LMS). MyJC is an online web tool that allows faculty, students and staff to collaborate and communicate in a variety of ways for courses and other approved campus departments and groups. Handouts, documents and files, can be posted to MyJC by faculty or administrators for access and download by students and others. Additionally, Forums or Threaded Discussions where faculty, staff and students can post topics and responses for discussion can take place 24×7. Chat rooms, online quizzes, tests and other coursework and assignments, as well as announcements and online grading are also part of the MyJC portal and LMS. MyJC Help is available on the Helpdesk web site. The portal is accessible from the Student, Faculty & Staff pages or at https://myjc.jc.edu.
University of Jamestown has a Microsoft Campus Agreement (MSCA). As such, you may install MS Office, Expression Web or operating system upgrades on your computer. You must purchase the installation CD from the bookstore for a nominal fee, and this is a right-to-use agreement. If you leave the college, you must remove the software. When you graduate you will be given a free perpetual use license to use MS Office in accordance with the MSCA. All other MSCA software will have to be removed.
University of Jamestown also has a software agreement with Network Associates for McAfee Anti-Virus Software. Students may install and use this software while attending University of Jamestown. Download information is available from the Helpdesk web page and requires authentication.
The largest personal computer lab, located in Sorkness 101, has 25 computers and one black and white and one color laser printer.
Additional computer labs are located in Orlady Hall, Unruh-Sheldon Center, and Lyngstad Center. These labs provide the majority of software used on campus in addition to specific business, accounting, language, math and statistical packages.