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Information Technology Support

In order to better serve you, the Brescia IT department has put the following procedures in place to offer the support you need in an efficient and timely manner. To request support or report a problem please do one of the following:

  • fill out a support ticket at http://helpdesk.brescia.edu
  • Call the IT department at extension 4186 (on campus only) or 270-663-4186 (off campus) and submit your request/report over the telephone.

All work performed by the IT department needs to go through one of these channels. We prefer that you use the helpdesk, but we’re aware that’s not always possible, so if you can’t use the helpdesk give us a call.

Wireless Internet Options

Full coverage of outdoor areas on campus and inside most all academic buildings on campus are available for wireless access.

To access Brescia University wireless, you must have a 802.11 a or 802.11b, or 802.11g wireless card. 802.11n is not available at this time.

Your username to login to the wireless network on campus is your brescia email address and your password is your brescia email password. If you have issues connecting to the wireless network please visit the helpdesk and submit a ticket.

Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Information

Brescia University takes copyright issues very seriously and we have a copyright policy in place. Both the RIAA and MPAA have stepped up their search of illegally obtained music/movies and users must be aware of the legal action they potentially face. All users of Brescia University resources are bound by use of our copyright policy. if you do not agree with our policy listed here, then you may not use Brescia University resources.

Connecting Mobile Devices

Basic Information for Mobile Devices

Server: mail.brescia.edu
Domain: brescia.edu

iPhone and iPod Touch

Click here to be directed to Apple’s website for detailed information on configuration of the following devices: iPhone, iPod touch, iPhone 3G, iPod touch (2nd generation)

Windows Mobile Device

Click here to be directed to Microsoft’s website for detailed information on configuration of Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone and Pocket PC.

Click here for directions on setting up an exchange server connection on your Windows Mobile 5.0 device.

Click here to be directed to Microsoft’s website for detailed information on configuration of Windows Mobile 6.0 and Exchange Activesync.

Motorola Droid

Click here to be directed to Verizon’s website for detailed information on configuration of the Motorola Droid.

If you need assistance with connecting your mobile device please visit the helpdesk at http://helpdesk.brescia.edu and submit a request.