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Wondering how to log on to the wifi on-campus? First, you’ll need to know your Delgado student e-mail address. If you don’t know it, you can find it listed in your Lola account. Feel free to stop by our computer lab to check your Lola.Under network connections, select the student wifi network, dcc_Student_WiFi. Once you’ve selected this network, go to your web browser. In your browser should be a page asking you for your Delgado wifi username and password.The username will be the first part of your Delgado e-mail address (everything before the @ symbol). For example, if your e-mail address is ‘johndoe@my.dcc.edu’, your username will be ‘johndoe’. (NOTE: If you include ‘@my.dcc.edu’ in the username, it will NOT connect.)The password will be the same thing as your e-mail address password. Unless you’ve changed it, this will be the last four digits of your social security number. If you have changed your Delgado e-mail password (or if you do in the future), your wifi password is that. If you have trouble connecting, be patient. There are lots of people using the wifi and it can get overwhelmed with the heavy traffic :)

Wondering how to log on to the wifi on-campus? 

First, you’ll need to know your Delgado student e-mail address. If you don’t know it, you can find it listed in your Lola account. Feel free to stop by our computer lab to check your Lola.

Under network connections, select the student wifi network, dcc_Student_WiFi. Once you’ve selected this network, go to your web browser. In your browser should be a page asking you for your Delgado wifi username and password.

The username will be the first part of your Delgado e-mail address (everything before the @ symbol). For example, if your e-mail address is ‘johndoe@my.dcc.edu’, your username will be ‘johndoe’. (NOTE: If you include ‘@my.dcc.edu’ in the username, it will NOT connect.)

The password will be the same thing as your e-mail address password. Unless you’ve changed it, this will be the last four digits of your social security number. If you have changed your Delgado e-mail password (or if you do in the future), your wifi password is that. 

If you have trouble connecting, be patient. There are lots of people using the wifi and it can get overwhelmed with the heavy traffic :)

It’s back! Delgado’s free Computer Basics series is starting next Friday (Sept. 5). Space is limited so call (504) 671-5434 to reserve your spot!
Classes take place City Park campus in Building 10, Room 134 (the library classroom). 

It’s back! Delgado’s free Computer Basics series is starting next Friday (Sept. 5). Space is limited so call (504) 671-5434 to reserve your spot!

Classes take place City Park campus in Building 10, Room 134 (the library classroom). 

"I’ll take summer, that’s my time of year…"

Satchmo Summerfest 2014 starts TOMORROW

All weekend long music and seminars are free and open to the public. Experience the French Quarter (and even learn to swing dance) all while learning about Louis Armstrong and the city’s history. 

For a full list of musical acts, seminars, and their locations, check out the schedule here. 

Don’t regret missing out on the Satchmo Summerfest experience!

You can learn about Armstrong year round with us at Delgado Libraries. Browse through our collection online: http://bit.ly/1obNWE1