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KCU provides support for many services and products to help you throughout your academic career. All students and employees are required to sign KCU’s Technology and Software Use Policy, available on the KCU intranet.
Helpdesk and SupportExperiencing computer difficulties or have a question? We can help. Contact the Helpdesk at firstname.lastname@example.org
or ext. 7700 (816-654-7700) during regular business hours 8 a.m. - 4:30
p.m., Monday-Friday. For pager service, see the intranet.
Every student is issued an iPad upon entering a KCU academic program, as part of a strategic initiative to move toward a tablet-integrated curriculum. Learn more about student iPads.
WEPA (Wireless Everywhere Print Anywhere)
is pay-for-print system available for students on-the-go who would like
to print on campus in black/white or color, simplex or duplex, from a
variety of devices including campus computers, personal computers, the
iPad and other mobile devices, a flash drive or the WEPA cloud. Visit the intranet for WEPA kiosk locations, guidelines and prices.
KCU offers wireless internet access
throughout the entire campus, including the Quad! Students are
encouraged to use 802.11n wireless network cards.
Download KCU's technology guidelines for students to view a list of required and recommended equipment and software.
KCU’s IT Department offers tips and tutorials on the intranet and hands-on training in the computer lab.
Upon entering KCU, you will receive a KCU ID. This ID along with a secure password will serve as your login to KCU’s IT services and applications. KCU prohibits sharing your password with anyone.
Access your KCU email on Outlook Web App from any computer or device with Internet access.
KCU’s intranet is your central source for campus communication. Know what's happening by checking the intranet often for new announcements, events, campus news, departmental information and more.
Students and faculty at KCU use Blackboard Learn 9.1 to access course documents and supplemental materials online. KCU is one of the first medical schools to offer Blackboard Mobile Learn.
PowerCAMPUS Self-Service is a web-based software system designed to provide students, faculty, administrators and other members of KCU’s learning community with online access to pertinent academic information.
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