Reach out to us anytime you need assistance with technology.
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call us at (415) 257-0123
- Visit Ralph Minor Hall for in-person support
A few key tools to help you through your educational journey.
Moodle is an online system used by instructors to: make assignments, communicate with students, and track progress.
- Classes appear one week before first class start date and disappear four weeks after semester is over.
Self-Service grants access to: unofficial transcripts, final grades, current schedules, search/register for classes and pay tuition/add money to penguin pass
- If adding cash onto Penguin pass, use the Value Add machine in the Library.
Need some assistance? Here are a few key pieces of information you may need.
Recent News and Highlights
ITS and Facilities has partnered to create two new innovative learning spaces in the Alemany Library. These remodeled classrooms provide increased WiFi, changeable furniture, Apple TVs, charging stations, and more. The spaces support active learning, and are in use this fall for the Computer Science Minor courses and others.
Not only will Okta provide secure Single Sign-On (SSO), but it will also power a one-stop location to access all your Dominican online services from a single dashboard. As more Dominican services move to the cloud, Okta will connect you to them all. Stay tuned throughout 2020 for more Okta features.
Did you know that all Dominican students and employees can browse and purchase Apple products through our education-discounted online store? Take advantage of lower prices and education specials from Apple at Apple on Campus.
New in Alemany Library: print over WiFi from your laptop or mobile device.
We are currently surveying all students and employees for feedback as well as auditing the service levels of WiFi across campus. We will be expanding WiFi service throughout the 2019/2020 academic year, focusing on those areas that are in highest demand. Many Dominican WiFi users are bringing multiple devices with them to campus, and our needs for expanded service area coverage continue to grow.