It's the beginning of the new semester, so it may also be time for you to change your NTNET password, which you use to access campus computers, MyGateway, Blackboard and more. Passwords expire every 120 days, which means that if you haven't changed it over the summer, it's probably time.
If you remember your password and it hasn't yet expired, you can change it yourself at http://www.tarleton.edu/password. But what if you didn't get to it in time, or you get locked out of your account? We are here to help! There are 3 places in the library that can help you change your password.
First, the new Tech Spot in the Learning Commons: they can help you with many types of IT problems, including passwords. They can also help with e-mail passwords.
Second, the Library Systems Office, on the upper floor of the library: they can also help with NTNET and e-mail passwords.
Third, the Reference Desk, on the main floor. If you remember your old password and it has not yet expired, you can use the password reset station near the reference desk on the main floor of the library.
Also, remember, if you are off-campus and need assistance with Tarleton computing resources, call the ITS help desk at (254)968-9885.
Don't get locked out of campus computer resources! Make sure you check your go.tarleton e-mail for notification that your password is expiring and reset your password before it expires.