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MinnState uses Office 365 Outlook as the provider for our faculty and staff email.

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Wireless Network Access

For your security and safety, the wireless network across campus is encrypted, requiring a username and password. We will gladly connect network devices (laptops, cell phones, etc.) to the network for staff, faculty, and registered students. The device must be capable of connecting to a WPA Enterprise network. In most cases, this only takes a few minutes to complete. Please stop by our office and we will connect your wireless device.

A guest network (FDLTCCGuest) is available across campus. The network access is open, but can only pass Web (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

 

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Testimonials

It is awesome here at the FDLTCC Education Program because it is like a family here, if you need help or are struggling with anything, you have quite a few people who will help you out.

FDLTCC offered me a supportive environment I couldn't pass up, everyone and everything here at school is trying to help you succeed, from the programs, to the faculty, to the resources.

I chose FDLTCC because of its size and the curriculum. When I first came here in 2019, I was just looking for what I needed to volunteer, perhaps in a crisis shelter. I met with Don Jarvinen, and the rest is history.