The Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Information Technology Department is responsible for the operation of all computer technology and infrastructure at the college. The Information Technology Department is located in Room 223 on the second floor in the north end of the building.
Information Technology Department Office Hours
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Closed on weekends and holidays.
Hours are subject to change due to staff availability.
I.T. Staff Contacts
Loran Wappes, Chief Information Officer
Brad Bohlmann, Information Specialist
Robin Anderson, Academic eLearning Specialist
Fill out a ticket here to get help: helpdesk.fdltcc.edu
There are three electronic systems students will connect to while attending the college.
Student Account Access
Students can login to access information and conduct college processes online, such as registering for classes, checking financial aid status, monitoring their account billing, viewing grades, printing unofficial transcripts, etc.
Your StarID is used for access.
Student Email Accounts
Email is the official form of communication at the college, and you should check your college email account daily for important notices and information. Your student email account also has a file storage area that is a convenient, safe and reliable location to store documents.
This information is needed to login:
password: StarID password
Email address: email@example.com
D2L Brightspace – Online Learning Management System
Most instructors will post course information, content and quizzes here.
Logging into D2L Brightspace.
- Go to D2L Login Page.
- Click “Sign on with StarID”
- Enter your StarID and password.
- Click the green box “Sign on”
OTHER IT SYSTEMS
Wireless Network Access
A guest network (FDLTCCGuest) is available across campus. The network access is open, but can only pass HTTP and HTTPS traffic.
Campus Alert System
The Campus Alert System is an emergency notification messaging system used by Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College. The system uses text, voice, and email messaging to notify you of campus-related emergencies. In the event of an emergency, a text and/or voice message will be sent to the cell number and/or an email will be sent to the email address provided.
The Campus Alert System is an opt-in system and you must register in order to receive emergency alerts. Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College students are asked to sign-up for the Campus Alert System.
Please follow this link to register for the Campus Alert System:
Campus Alert Emergency Notification System Registration Site
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College’s subscription to Atomic Learning includes nearly 50,000 step-by-step tutorials on common software such as Microsoft® Office, D2L Brightspace, Google Apps and workshops and technology integration projects on emerging topics such as plagiarism and online courses.
Available 24/7 from campus or home, Atomic Learning creates flexible learning opportunities that make it easy for learners of all ages to embrace technology and develop critical skills for success. For more information, contact Robin Anderson at 218-879-0797.
Log in using StarID here.