The Information Technology Help Desk provides assistance to Southeast Tech faculty, staff, and students in the use of technology. If your request is better handled by someone with more expertise in a particular area, Help Desk staff members will refer you to the appropriate technical contact. No appointment necessary!
Here are some resources that may help.
Wondering how to Login to the network, student email, or get into D2L? This, and many basic questions can be answered by downloading and reading the Help Desk Brochure.
Need help logging into D2L? Want to try D2L before you jump feet-first into class? Be sure to read the D2L Help information to help get you rolling.
If you are taking courses online, be sure to review the Distance Learning hardware and software requirements.
If you are having trouble connecting to Terminal Services, you may try connecting through Remote Desktop.
Here are some points to remember (and a helpful phone number) when signing into your Student Login
You may find these links useful when working with Microsoft Office 2010. We are here to help.
Through license agreements with certain software vendors, Southeast Technical is able to offer students software at a discounted rate. This can save you hundreds of dollars!
Get the latest plug-ins, viewers, and free software you need on our Downloads and Plug-ins page.
If you are considering buying a new computer for school, be sure to check out the IT Department's recommended computer specifications.
Get help with the accessibility features for your browser.
Still need help?
You may email your computer problems to firstname.lastname@example.org That mailbox goes to all IT no matter where we are. If your email is not functioning call the numbers below.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:30AM - 7:00PM
Friday 7:30AM - 4:30PM