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What You Need to Know Before Arriving on Campus

Information Technology Services (ITS) provides assistance to computer, phone, cable TV, and multimedia users at Lycoming College. For help with questions related to these services, students can contact the IT Service Center — located on the first floor of Snowden Library.

What is WebAdvisor?

WebAdvisor is a web-based interface that allows students 24-hour self-serve access to information related to their academic record, residential life forms and services, and their student accounts.

You may access your grades as they are available, print proof of enrollment, check the status of your student account, and do many other online tasks through WebAdvisor.

PARENTS: Please Note – Students may choose to share the information in WebAdvisor with you, but parents are not assigned their own WebAdvisor accounts.

Lycoming Email Account

All students are assigned an email account ending in from the College. Students are required to check this email account on a regular basis.  As stated in the Student Handbook, the College uses the email address for announcements and many faculty members communicate with students between classes using this email.

Check your email account throughout the summer by going to to ensure that you receive announcements and information that will be important for you to know prior to check-in for the Fall Semester. You can also set up your mobile device to receive Lycoming College email.

What Kind of Computer Do I Need?

The College’s Information Technology Services (ITS) recommends that students bring a laptop computer to campus. For a complete list of minimum specifications for on-campus computing, see the link to "Freshman Orientation Presentation," on the ITS website or Purchasing a New Computer.


For help with on-campus computing questions, call (570) 321-4150, email, or visit us at the IT Service Center located in the Academic Center, Snowden Library first floor.

Computer Labs

Open computer lab schedules are announced through emails to students at the beginning of the semester. Lab schedules are also posted at the entrances of the A-3, A-5 and Lynn G-57 labs, near Lynn G-53, or the lab schedule can be found online.


The Student Technology Fee includes a $30 in printing and copying credit per semester from networked printers in the computer labs and the library. Additional pages printed will be charged to the student’s account. Print costs per page can be found here.

Networked printers/copiers are available in other public areas such as Jack’s Corner and Pennington Lounge. Students are permitted to have their own printers in their rooms.

Wireless Internet Access

Wireless internet access is available in all buildings throughout campus. To access wireless internet service, see our Connect to Wi-Fi page. Students must have a valid username and password to gain internet access. Students are not permitted to have personal wireless routers on campus.


Most students choose to use their cell phones for personal communications. For students who wish to have telephones in their rooms, phones may be purchased and installed through the College. Each RA has a phone to use in case of emergency.

Students are encouraged to provide their cell phone numbers to the College in two ways: 1) Enter the number in the Contact Number Entry in WebAdvisor (this can be updated at any time). 2) Enroll in the Lyco Alert campuswide RAVE mobile alert system.

TV Services

Residential student have access to Xfinity On Campus (XOC), provided by Comcast. XOC allows students to stream TV with 100+ live channels and thousands of free On-Demand selections, and provides individual student upgrade access to premium channels if desired. Learn more.