Information Technology

General Information

Welcome to the North Central Information Technology (IT) website. Below you will find some general information about the IT department. Above you will find a couple of tabs. Select "Staff" to see who works in our department and what they do. Select "Resources" to view additional information about the many services that IT provides. Please feel free to contact us if you have any further questions!

Follow us on Twitter to receive IT Alerts, tips and tricks, and more; or you can view a read-only feed on Moodle or Unet .

Services

  • Classroom Technology
  • Email
  • Phones and Voicemail
  • Student Computer Lab and Computer Classroom
  • Wired and Wireless Internet Access
  • FREE Microsoft Office and Antivirus for Students
More information about some of these services can be found by clicking here.

Contact

Miller 226
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday - 7:30am to 8:00pm Wednesday and Friday 7:30am to 5:00pm
Click here contact form
(612) 343-4170
(612) 343-8064

Staff

Galyen, Ryan

  • Data Analyst
(612) 343-4758

Jacobs, Kevin

  • Technical Support Manager
(612) 343-4751

Frank, Cody

  • Network Administrator
(612) 343-4757

Cappelli, Michael

  • Executive Director
(612) 343-4446

Krahn, Steve

  • Associate Director
(612) 343-4750

Leuthold, Chet

  • System Applications Administrator
(612) 343-4756

Maschke, Carl

  • Windows Server Administrator
(612) 343-4759

Pearson, Steve

  • Senior Analyst
(612) 343-4753

Resources

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Classroom Technology

This document is the same document that is available in all of the drawers in the classrooms.

Need to request Portable Media Technology equipment? Here is how!

Forms

Have a new NCU employee? Have an existing employee that requires a new computer application or a change in their telephone service? Fill out an I.T. Employee Setup Request, have it signed by their supervisor, and get it to I.T. promptly.

General Information

Are you a prospective or current student interested in bringing a computer to campus or buying a new computer? Check out our Information for Buying a Computer page!

Microsoft Office

Note: This link will bring you to the official Microsoft Office 2001 Help and How-to page. 

Includes Access, Excel, InfoPath, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Word

Policy

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

A policy is a document that offers detailed instructions for a particular technology discipline that affects most or all of the campus population.

Service Level Standards

A service level standard (SLS) is created for a specific technology at North Central that contains detailed guidelines, instructions, and roles for the specified technology.

A service level standard (SLS) is created for a specific technology at North Central that contains detailed guidelines, instructions, and roles for the specified technology.

A service level standard (SLS) is created for a specific technology at North Central that contains detailed guidelines, instructions, and roles for the specified technology.

A service level standard (SLS) is created for a specific technology at North Central that contains detailed guidelines, instructions, and roles for the specified technology.

A service level standard (SLS) is created for a specific technology at North Central that contains detailed guidelines, instructions, and roles for the specified technology.

A service level standard (SLS) is created for a specific technology at North Central that contains detailed guidelines, instructions, and roles for the specified technology.

A service level standard (SLS) is created for a specific technology at North Central that contains detailed guidelines, instructions, and roles for the specified technology.

Student Computer Lab

Come and check us out on the second floor of Miller Hall in room 211!

Student Email

Would you like to configure your Outlook, Mac Mail, or Smart Phone email client to send and receive email from your North Central Student Gmail account? Please visit the following link for instructions with pictures!

Need assistance with your Gmail Calendar? Please visit the Gmail Calendar help page!

Have a question about a feature in Gmail? Need an immediate answer to a problem you are having with Gmail? Please visit Gmail's Help page for assistance.

Have a question about Google Docs? Please visit the Google Docs help page for immediate assistance!

After your contacts have been exported from Zimbra, you may choose to import them into Gmail. Learn how to import contacts here!

Unet

Click here to head to Unet.

Windows 7

Find out more about using some of the common Windows 7 customizable features here!

Learn how to use the Snipping Tool in Windows 7 here!

Wired Network

Instructions for Guests who would like to use the internet via the wired network on campus.

How do I gain access to North Central's wired network? What do I need to access it? How do I register my computer?

Wireless Network

Where is the wireless coverage on campus? Can I bring my own wireless router to use on campus?