Lincoln University Information Technology

1570 Baltimore Pike, Lincoln University, PA 19352, Dickey Hall 276, 484-365-8134

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IT Mission and Services Read more...

The Information Technology Department is responsible for developing, maintaining, and operating computing, telephone, and cable television services for all Lincoln University locations. (updated 10.10.2014)

IT Mission and Services Read more...

The Information Technology Department is responsible for developing, maintaining, and operating computing, telephone, and cable television services for all Lincoln University locations. (updated 11.05.2012)

Cable TV Channel Lineup Listed Read more...

Lincoln University provides over 70 channels of music, sports, information, and entertainment programming over a closed cable television network to students and residents in approximately 700 residential units on the main campus. Channels offered: (updated 02.15.2009)

Student Email Addresses Read more...

All Lincoln students attending have been assigned email addresses in the lincoln.edu domain. These addresses are of the form firstname.lastname@lincoln.edu, using the student's name with all punctuation and spacing removed. Email can be sent and received over the Internet, using the university's Outlook Web Access (OWA) . (updated 08.19.2007)

Windows Updates help prevent problems Read more...

Click here to go to Microsoft's update site for Windows but be aware that you must have administrative privileges on your machine in order to apply updates. (updated 08.08.2007)

How to Check Your Trouble Ticket Read more...

Individual repairs, installations, and other technology tasks that are small enough to not require a project plan, are tracked in the Keystone Trouble Ticket System . When you call for help a ticket is entered in Keystone and you are given a ticket number, which you can use to see what's been happening with your issue. Here's how: (updated 08.08.2007)

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