Information Technology Services (ITS) is committed to effectively providing technology resources and support for Southwestern Adventist University's academic and administrative programs. ITS works closely with many other departments on campus to provide a wide range of services for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and others. This includes hardware and software resources, network connectivity, telecommunications, email, web services and more.
User Accounts ensure your privacy and safety as well as the security of the University. Your primary digital identity at Southwestern Adventist University is your Campus User Account. It provides access to a wide range of services such as the Web, e-mail, library resources, Student Portal, wireless access, and student computing labs.
Once a new student has been fully accepted, an email will be sent to their personal email account with instructions on how to create a Campus User Account. If you have any difficulty with your account, please call Account Services at 817-202-6411 or email the Helpdesk.
The University's core network provides high speed access across the campus and to the Internet. Once you have an active Campus User Account you can register your wireless device by connecting to SWAU-Register. You can also register your computer's wired port by bringing it to the ITS Helpdesk in the Findley Administration Building or by calling the Helpdesk (817-202-6411) to schedule a room visit. If you have any trouble accessing the network, please call us.
Illegal downloading of copyrighted material may restrict your access to network services. Please refer to our Illegal Downloading FAQs for more information.
The University provides you an email account which is your email@example.com. This email is used for all important university announcements and messages. Examples of things that this email account is also used for include: classified items, registration messages, voicemail (dorm students only), athletic and intramural events, SA activities, and teacher correspondence.
Personalized Calendaring and Contacts are also available. Graduating alums can keep their email accounts.
If you have any questions please call Email Services at 817-202-6407.
Telecommunication Services provides a phone number to every dorm students which allows local calling, direct dial in, and voice mail. Please refer to the Residence Hall Phones page for more information.