Technology Checklist

At Wittenberg, we offer a campus environment that seamlessly incorporates and readily supports the technology we all utilize every day.

You can reset your password here: You will need to enter in your full Wittenberg Campus email address. Then follow the instructions to reset your password.

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Multi-Factor Authentication is required to access Wittenberg Campus Resources.

The following web page provides information on setting up Multi-Factor Authentication:

Campus Email
Wittenberg Experience Web Page

A lot of services can be found online through our Wittenberg Experience Web site:

Microsoft Office 365

While you are student at Wittenberg University you have access to Microsoft Office 365 to install on to 5 devices at a time. Sign into and click the "Install Office" button in the top-right corner. Then follow the instructions to install the appropriate version.

Campus wireless

Wittenberg University provides a campus wi-fi network for its campus members. You can connect your notebook or phone to the Witt-Secure wi-fi network, and when prompted enter in your Wittenberg credentials to connect.
NOTE: this is meant only for notebooks and mobile phones, for other personal devices please check the next section for information.

Your Own Device(s)

Computer: We recommend the following minimums:

  • An Intel i5 processor
  • 8GB of Memory (RAM)
  • 250 GB Solid State Hard Drive
  • 13” screen
  • A four-year warranty to ensure the laptop lasts for your academic career.

NOTE Chromebooks will NOT work with a majority of our services so we do not recommend them.

Gaming systems: If you wish to bring a gaming device (e.g. Playstation, Nintendo, or XBox) you can find information about how to set it up on the witt-air wireless on this page

Printer: There are printers through out campus that are available for students to print to, including in the residence halls. Students are provided with a budget each semester to print from which should cover printing. So bringing a printer is not required. If you do decided to bring a printer, be aware that we do NOT allow wireless printers on campus, so you will want to consider one without wireless capabilities.

Other items: Some other items to consider bringing include a carrying case if you are bringing a notebook. A power strip with surge protection, as there a limited outlets in some places. An ethernet cable is handy, but with campus wireless you may not need one.

You can find more information and resources at the Campus ITS web page here:

reviewed: 2023-06-16 0915

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