Technical Support Alerts and Tutorials
Additional information about IT and computer policies on campus are available at here.
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Set up your own personal webpage:
K-State allocates server space to students, staff and faculty that wish to have a personal webpage. See the Information Technology Training page. The Media Development Center in Hale Library offers trainings, and has all the software you would need.
Questions about email accounts:
Visiting scientists and other guests can get eIDs and email addresses. This requires filling out an online application found here.
- When no longer affilated with K-State, a user's email address will remain active for forwarding as long as the user changes the password on their eID every five years. However, access to webmail and the ability to receive emails directly at a user's K-State email address is disabled the first of the Fall semester for Spring graduates and the first of the Spring semester for Fall graduates. - NOTE : this applies to students ONLY . Faculty and Staff will lose their email accounts shortly after leaving the University. They will still be able to set the account to forward, but have a limited amount of time in which to do so (or you can pay $50 to keep it active longer).
- To set up a forwarding email address, the user can log into eid.ksu.edu and change the forwarding address under the Email section.
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