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Tiger Tracks: Internet Access & Printing

A collaboration between GC Academic Success & the Ensor LRC.

Personal Computers & Internet Access

WiFi Access

You can access the GCWiFi wireless network in all residence halls and major buildings on campus.

  • This is the preferred (secured) network for student usage. You must login using your GC username and password.
  • TigerGuest is not secured and is intended for campus visitors. The TigerGuest network has limited availability and can be found in buildings such as the student center, Gidding’s Hall, and the LRC. 
Network Access via Ethernet Cable (Residence Halls)

In residence hall rooms, there is an Ethernet jack per person for your computer or other device.

  • A student supplied CAT5 Ethernet cable is required.
  • You may connect a device that uses an Ethernet connection such as DVD/Blu-Ray players, gaming consoles, TIVO, etc.

To set-up your device:

  1. Connect your device’s Ethernet cable to the TAN Ethernet jack located on the wall in your room. DO NOT plug into the black telephone jack.
  2. Turn on your device. As long as your system is setup to automatically obtain network information such as an IP address it will automatically connect to the internet.
Anti-Virus Software Requirement

All computers using the Georgetown College network must have Anti-Virus/Malware/Spyware software installed.

This software must be active, be scheduled to perform virus checks at regular intervals, and have its virus definition files kept up to date.

The following is list of freely available anti-virus programs.



Computer Maintenance Agreement (Optional)

ITS provides computer, telephone, and video support via phone free of charge.

  • An optional Computer Maintenance Agreement (CMA) is also available for $30.00 per semester.
  • CMA participants may bring their computer to ITS for services such as network setup, software installation, operating system restoration, hardware diagnostics, limited hardware replacement, and other services.
  • The cost to participate in the program will increase to $50 after the end of the first week of classes. 

Computers, Printing, & Other Services

Computers, Printing, Copying, & Scanning

There are computers available for student use in the Fireside Room in the Ensor Learning Resource Center (LRC). There is a copier in the Fireside Room for printing, making copies, and scanning. 

There are also computers and a copier on the lower level of the Cralle Student Center near the mail room that are available 24 hours a day for printing, copying, and scanning. The copier allows you to scan and send documents to your email.