Top Things Students Should Know About Technology at Midd

Middlebury College has a wide array of technology options available for students. We asked students what were the top things all Middlebury students should know about these options. Below is that list.

1. Where is the Technology Helpdesk and how can they help?

The walk-in Helpdesk is located on the main floor of the Davis Family Library, in room 202.  You can also submit a ticket, call 802.443.2200, or e-mail to request help.  Click the link above to explore documentation, Frequently Asked Questions, featured information and lots more.


2. How do you access information from off-campus?


3.  How do you register for courses using Banner?

First year students should be sure to check out Web registration help.


4. How can you learn about protecting yourself from viruses and malware?

Start your protection by installing Sophos Anti-Virus software available to you free of charge at go/sophos, and click the link above to check out our new security training videos.


5. What is MiddFiles and why you should care?


6. How and where can you print?

Visit go/howtoprint to learn the best way to submit a print job.  See go/print for full details about all aspects of printing.


7. How do you connect to the wireless network?

Our new MiddleburyCollege wireless network is now live!  Use your Middlebury username and password to connect.


8. How does "GO" work?


9. How do you change/reset your network password?

You will be required to change your network password regularly.  Be sure to have your ID and 6-digit BannerWeb PIN available, then click the link above to access the instructions for changing your network password.  Refer to our guidelines to learn how to set a strong password.


10. How do you connect your mobile device to Middlebury email services?

There is a wide variety of mobile devices.  Click the link above to find the instructions for your device.


11. How do you use the Course Hub?

The Course Hub is Middlebury College's gateway to course content for students and faculty.  It gathers all of your course information in one place.


12. How can you learn about technology any time, day or night?

Take advantage of video-based online instruction through our resource, available 24/7.