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Technology for Students > Frequently Asked Questions

 I forgot my passwordHow do I reset my Wofford password?
You can recover or reset your password on myWofford. Once you’ve set your password recovery alternative email or phone number you will be able to recover your password using the forgot password link on myWofford.

Password reset

If you know your password, there is a change password link within myWofford. Need more help with your Wofford password? Please contact the IT Help Center.

Where is there Wi-Fi on campus?
Almost all buildings on campus and many outside areas have Wi-Fi. Students should use the Terrier Wi-Fi. The Terrier Wi-Fi provides secure access to campus resources. Use your Wofford username and password to use Terrier Wi-Fi. Guests should use the Wofford_Guest Wi-Fi.

Terrier_Devices Wi-Fi is for personal devices that cannot use your username and password. These devices include smartTVs, game consoles, wireless printer, streaming devices, personal assistants and smart speakers. If you are on campus, you may register your personal device using the Student Devices Registration site.

Terrier on Mac

If you need help with Wi-Fi, please contact the IT Help Center

How should I configure my mobile device?
Need help configuring your iPhone, iPad or Android Device for Wi-Fi or email? Please contact the IT Help Center.

What channels are available on Wofford’s Cable TV network?
See the Wofford Cable TV Guide.

Where are computer labs on campus?
There are computers for public use in the Sandor Teszler Library. There are walk-up computers for students the Roger Milliken Science Center lobby, the Space, and the IT Help Center in Olin 207. There are also computer labs for student use in the art, biology, chemistry, computer science, modern languages, physics, and psychology departments.

Do I need to bring my own computer?
You are not required to bring a computer to campus, but many students do for convenience. Either a Mac or Windows computer will work well. Here are some minimum specifications that may help you decide what to bring. If you are looking for more than minimum, choose a model with more memory and/or disk space. 

  Apple Macintosh Windows
Operating System MacOS 10.12 Windows 10
RAM (Memory) 8 GB 8 GB
Disk Space 120 GB 120 GB