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This policy is a guide to the acceptable use of the Biola network. It is intended to address issues involved in the use of Biola's wired and wireless networks, as well as the Internet for transfer...
Categories: Handbooks and University Policies
Departments: Information Technology
Policies are in place regarding the use of Biola's wired and wireless networks, as well as the Internet for transfer of information. This includes but is not limited to e-mail, file transfer, or u...
Categories: Handbooks and University Policies · Technology Services & IT Help
All official communication from Biola (financial aid, student accounts, registration, holds, etc.) is sent to your biola.edu email address. Please check your biola.edu email inbox regularly. ...
Categories: Handbooks and University Policies · Technology Services & IT Help
Departments: Information Technology
Introduction The Peer-to-Peer (P2P) provision of the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2009 states that all colleges and universities must deploy a plan to effectively combat the unauthorized ...
Categories: Handbooks and University Policies · Technology Services & IT Help
Departments: Information Technology · IT Helpdesk
Network Usage Policy This policy is a guide to the acceptable use of the Biola network. It is intended to address issues involved in the use of Biola’s wired and wireless networks, as well as the ...
Categories: Handbooks and University Policies · Technology Services & IT Help
Departments: Information Technology · IT Helpdesk
Introduction Before you can log in to any Biola systems or services, you need to set your NetID password. This applies to new employees , new students , and alumni who have never logged in...
Categories: Technology Services & IT Help · New Students
Departments: Information Technology
Introduction This page explains the steps for finding your NetID or password if you don't know them already. Step What to Do 1 Go to ...
Categories: Technology Services & IT Help · New Students
Departments: Information Technology
Introduction To log in to any Biola system or service, you will need your NetID and the associated password. This includes common services like my.biola , wireless network access, and Canvas. Yo...
Categories: Technology Services & IT Help · New Students
Departments: Information Technology
Introduction This page explains the steps for resetting your NetID password. This assumes you know your current password. If you don't know your NetID or your current password, you should find the...
Categories: Technology Services & IT Help
Departments: Information Technology
Introduction Biola uses Google Apps for email, calendaring, document sharing, and other Google services. This page explains the steps for logging in to your Biola email (Gmail) account. ...
Categories: Technology Services & IT Help · New Students
Departments: Information Technology
Computer Labs Open to All Students Computers Location 12 Mac computers Library middle level 62 Windows computers Library middle level 10 Mac computers Library lower level @ the circle 10 Mac co...
Categories: Technology Services & IT Help
Departments: Information Technology
If you want to print from your personal computer, see the bottom of this page for instructions (Mac). Mac Lab Printing Instructions Follow these steps to print in any Mac computer l...
Categories: Technology Services & IT Help
Departments: Information Technology
Introduction The first time you log in with your NetID at login.biola.edu , you are required to choose 3 security questions. This page explains the steps for changing your security questions at a ...
Categories: Technology Services & IT Help
Departments: Information Technology
Introduction You may have noticed that if you click on an email link (aka "mailto") on a website, it tries to open an email application on your computer, such as OS X Mail, or Microsoft Outlook. I...
Categories: Technology Services & IT Help
Departments: Information Technology
Biola has wireless networks built on Cisco wireless technology. The table below summarizes the networks, their expected use, and the requirements for using them. Biola Wireless Networks ...
Categories: Technology Services & IT Help
Departments: Information Technology
Internet and Network Service Network service is provided for users to assist in the academic, educational, and research purposes of Biola University. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and affi...
Categories: Technology Services & IT Help
Departments: Information Technology
Computer service and repair is available on-campus by trained professional technicians. Computer service is handled by the IT HelpDesk, located in Metzger Hall, first floor east. Contact ...
Categories: Technology Services & IT Help
Departments: Information Technology
Introduction This page explains how to make a classroom projector show your computer's screen. Video Connectors ...
Categories: Technology Services & IT Help
Departments: Information Technology
Introduction If you have forgotten your NetID password, or can't log into your Biola email account, you can receive password reset information at an alternate personal email address. Without an al...
Categories: Technology Services & IT Help
Departments: Information Technology

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Change your NetID password or reset a forgotten password
https://login.biola.edu
Technical support via online chat, phone, walk-in, and self-service support pages.
https://www.biola.edu/information-technology
Access to your account information
https://myaccount.biola.edu
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