If you have trouble seeing the form below, make sure you are logged into your Marywood gmail account (and no other gmail accounts) or use this link.
You can change or reset your password using our self-service tool.
Signing on To a Campus Computer
You will use the same login credentials as your MarywoodYou portal password.
Brightspace can be accessed at learn.marywood.edu. You will use the same login credentials as your MarywoodYou portal password.
Initially, your gmail password is identical to your MarywoodYou portal password. However, you do have the ability to update this password to one of your choosing. Should you need to recover you gmail password, please Submit a Help Desk Ticket.
For wireless access please use your MarywoodYou account credentials. If you forgot your username and/or password you must contact the Helpdesk or submit a ticket, or use the self-service password reset tool.
Our wireless access is for current students only, guests will not be able to utilize Marywood WiFi at this time. Wireless Routers are not permitted due to incompatibility with our network.
Wireless printers are not permitted due to incompatibility with our network. Students can print to the same printers that they access from Marywood computer labs from the comfort of their own device if they are logged onto Marywood Wifi using Papercut Mobility Print. Windows, macOS, ChromeOS, Android, and iOS are all supported. Simply visit this Papercut Mobility Print link and follow the instructions for your device to get download and run MobilityPrint. So now not only can you pick up your print jobs at any student print location on campus, but you can also print from your personal device!
Student and Employee Accounts
E-mail accounts are created automatically for students and staff. You can access your Marywood Gmail account via the e-mail link in the footer of the University website.
If you'd like a departmental e-mail account (ex: email@example.com), or an additional e-mail account, please Submit a Help Desk Ticket.
E-mail Account Problems
Network Services is responsible for the phone systems. If you are having a problem with your phone, you can contact the Help Desk.
- Most major buildings have drop-in computer labs, either Windows or Mac
- Printing and Copying (GoPrint)
- Free Scanning
- Microsoft Office
- Specialized software by major
- To ensure you are able to print you will need to purchase Pacer Points through the “GET Funds” website. Pacer points are a more versatile tender and are not tied to the purchase of a meal plan. They can be used for other things around campus such as food, drinks, or items in the book store. You may already have money in your account tied to your meal plan. This money is known as “Dining Dollars” and is specific to food purchases on campus. These dining dollars cannot be used to pay for printing
- You can purchase or manage your Pacer Points through the GET funds webpage. You will need to login with your MarywoodYOU Credentials. You can purchase or manage your Pacer Points through the GET funds app, available in the Google Play store or the Apple App Store, by visiting the Cashier’s Office located on the terrace level of the Liberal Arts Center with cash, check, or credit card. Pacer Points can be refunded by the Cashier’s Office if you have a balance upon graduation.
- Students can check their usage, balance, and transaction history by logging into the PaperCut portal with their MarywoodYOU credentials.
- Color prints and copies are 30¢ per page or 52¢ for double sided. Black and White prints and copies are 10¢ per page or 16¢ for double sided. There is no cost associated with scanning.
- First, make sure you have enough Pacer Points to cover your print job, or you will not be able to print. Select “Print” from the application you are running. Select the printer you want to print to from the drop-down box.
- MU Student Follow Me should be selected if you are printing to a multifunction copier. You can release print jobs sent to this queue from any student accessible copier on campus. Other printers, such as color laser printers and plotters, should be selected by their PS#. Make sure you are selecting the correct printer, as we will not issue refunds for prints sent to the wrong device.
- First, make sure you have enough Pacer Points to cover your print job, or you will not be able to print. Select “Print” from the application you are running. The PaperCut client should automatically appear.
- Sign in with your MarywoodYOU Credentials and select a time period for “Remember”. Your Pacer Points balance will now show in a small window in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
- Select the printer. Each Lab has one or two devices already populated and they are named to match the lab you are in (EX: VAC 128- Color).
- Yes and scanning is free! Students can scan at any multifunction copier device on campus by logging into PaperCut on the copier screen by using their MarywoodYOU credentials or their Marywood ID card.
- Yes and you must have pacer points available to make copies. Students can make copies at any multifunction copier device on campus by logging into PaperCut on the copier screen by using their MarywoodYOU credentials or their Marywood ID card. The Pacer Points balance will show after the transactions have been completed.
- Center for Natural and Health Sciences: Outside RM 102 – Black and White multifunction copier
- Healthy Family Center: RM 207 - Black and White multifunction copier
- Learning Commons: 1st Floor Print RM – Color multifunction copier, 2nd Floor Print RM - Black and White multifunction copier, Outside RM T02 - Black and White multifunction copier
- Loughran Hall: 24HR Lounge - Black and White multifunction copier
- Madonna Hall: 24HR Lounge - Black and White multifunction copier
- McGowan Center: Outside RM 1057 – Color multifunction copier
- Performing Arts Center: RM 102 - Black and White multifunction copier
- Regina Hall: 2nd Floor Lounge - Black and White multifunction copier
- School of Architecture: 2nd Floor Print Room – Color multifunction copier, Color Laser printer (wide format and pantone), 5 Canon plotters
- Studio Arts Center: Rm 252 - Color Laser printer (wide format and pantone)
- Visual Arts Center: RM 128 - Color Laser printer (wide format and pantone), Black and White multifunction copier
Printing From Marywood Devices
Marywood University utilizes a system for printing known as Paper Cut that allows you to print to any campus-owned printer. When printing you will select, FollowMEonPapercut as the desired printing device. You can then print at any printer by scanning your ID card at the designated location on the device. There is a one-time set up process that you will need to complete upon scanning your ID for the very first time. It involves your MarywoodYou credentials.
Printing from Personal Devices
I have funds on my account but my print request is denied.
How can I track what I have been printing?
How much does it cost to print?
How can I print from a computer lab PC?
If you have printed to a multifunction copier you can release the job by logging into PaperCut on the copier screen by using your MarywoodYOU credentials or your Marywood ID card. Your Pacer Points balance will show after the transactions have been completed. -If you are printing to a color laser or plotter there may be a card reader attached to the device. If one is present, simply tap your Marywood ID card on the reader to release the jobs. If none is present, the print will automatically be released and start printing.
How can I print from a computer lab MAC?
If you have printed to a multifunction copier you can release the job by logging into PaperCut on the copier screen by using your MarywoodYOU credentials or your Marywood ID card. Your Pacer Points balance will show after the transactions have been completed. - If you are printing to a color laser or plotter there may be a card reader attached to the device. If one is present, simply tap your Marywood ID card on the reader to release the jobs. If none is present, the print will automatically be released and start printing.
Can I scan things?
Scan to Email (scans to your Marywood Email)
Scan to Other Email (scans to any email address you input)
Scan to Google Drive (scans to your Marywood Google Drive)
Can I make copies?
Where Can I print on campus?
- Email (Gmail)
- Google Drive (Docs, Sheets, Slides)
- Google Sites
All students, faculty, and staff are supplied with a Marywood-branded Google account, which includes:
- Apple Store (www.apple.com/education)
- Dell (www.dell.com/marywood)
- JourneyEd (www.journeyed.com/select) for discounted software
- SOA Laptop Specifications (www.marywood.edu/architecture/students/laptop-program)
- Buy extra warranty (more than one year)
Workshops are provided free of charge to Marywood faculty, staff and students so they may become more proficient with the applications we support. Workshops run approximately from 1 to 1 1/2 hours. Classes and instructional materials are designed and delivered completely in-house. Any of these workshops can be presented to specific groups and departments.
Information Technology is located on the Terrace Level of Immaculata Hall.
From the Immaculata Breezeway between Immaculata Hall and the Liberal Arts Center, make a left, go through the
Contact the Technology Help Desk at x 6070 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make your request.
- Renew, update, or validate your account.
- Make easy money.
- Verify your information.
- Unsolicited e-mails from someone you don't know.
- E-mails requesting any personal information.
- Unsolicited e-mails with links in them.
- "Get rich quick" e-mails.
- E-mails requesting you to update/refresh/renew/validate your account.
- Do not click on links in suspicious e-mails.
- Do not forward the e-mail to IT or another person asking if it is SPAM. It probably is SPAM. Mark it as SPAM.
- Do not reply to an email promising you easy money. If the offer is too good to be true then it is a scam.
Please do not respond to e-mails requesting You To:
Do not click on links in suspicious e-mails
What is Suspicious?
If you think the e-mail is questionable enough to e-mail us about it, then it is SPAM or a PHISHING e-mail. Mark it as SPAM in Google
These types of email would not exist if no one responded to them. One of the best ways we can fight them as a community is to be vigilant and mark them as Spam when we receive them.
Enterprise Services provides programming expertise and support for the iSeries, Datatel Colleague, MarywoodYOU and other systems. Contact email@example.com to get started.