|What does it affect?
||Character Minimum & Specs
||How to Reset Password
||Lab computer access, faculty & staff machines, cisco, wireless internet authentication, albion website access, print credit website, moodle website
||Eight character minimum. Password cannot be any of your previous three passwords. Password must contain three of the following four: upper case letter, lower case letter, number, symbol.
||At a lab or Faculty/Staff machine, press Ctrl+Alt+Delete then toggle down to the change a password button. Enter your current password once followed by your new password twice.
||Please contact the Help Desk at 517-629-0479 to have a representative assist you with resetting your password.
||Google Email, Calendar, and Documents
||Six character minimum.
||Click on the settings button in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. In the Accounts tab, select Google Account Settings. Then select the Change Password button next to security.
||Please contact the help desk at 517-629-0479 to have your password reset.
||Albion College Information System more commonly known as ACIS. Transcript, financial, and scholarship information are found in ACIS.
||The user ID is your student number which contains the year you began at Albion. Your pin is a specific six-digit number.
|| Password does not expire. To reset password, scroll to the "Personal Information" tab and select "Change Pin." Passwords must have a six character minimum.
||You can click the "Forgot Pin" button on the bottom as long as you have registered your User ID. Please contact the Registrar's Office at 517-629-0216 to have your password reset.
||Acccount access on www.albion1card.com
||Albion 1Card allows you to create your own unique username and password upon registering the card.
||Once logged into your account, click on the my profile button on the left side of the screen. Next click the edit button under username & password to change your password.
||Click on the "Forgot your username or password?" link in the Cardholder Account Center. Answer the questions listed to retrieve your password.
Information Technology is committed to exceeding the needs of the campus community for a robust, secure, easy-to-use and innovative technology environment. We strive to maintain a high level of service by ensuring data integrity, aiding users in effective and efficient use of technology, and resolving user issues in a timely fashion.
Catherine Sprouse - Dining & Hospitality Services is pleased to announce Catherine Sprouse as our August 2010 Employee of the Month. Catie has proven her many talents over the summer as she was instrumental in helping to complete the facelift of Lower Baldwin Dining Hall. She even surprised herself when she started whirling that paintbrush! Oh, the skills we don't even realize we have sometimes! One thing that's for sure though, is Catie's ability to bring a smile and quick service to the students at the Eat Shop Café. An employee with the department since 1999, we would like to thank Catie for her dedication and service and look forward to seeing her smiling face for many more years to come.
Tracy Markovich has been nominated as the Facilities Operations Employee of the Month. Tracy is a Maintenance/Technician IV and works with the boiler plant and steam distribution systems. Universally known as an exceptionally hard worker, Tracy works every day to make sure that the central heating plant operates at peak efficiency. He is being particularly recognized for his recent work in the "big dig." Before school opening it was essential to trench across Hannah St. to replace a leaking steam condensate line. Condensate is steam condensed to hot water once it has given off its usable heat in the change from gas to liquid. It is essential for boiler efficiency to reclaim as much condensate as possible. As part of his job to maintain boiler efficiency, Tracy worked for several days doing whatever was necessary from shoveling to pipefitting to directing traffic to see that the "big dig" was completed on time. Thank you Tracy for all you do behind the scenes every day.
Pat Miller - We are pleased to acknowledge Patricia Miller, Administrative Employee of the Month for August, 2010. Pat is the Associate Director of Dining & Hospitality Services and is responsible for catering, events, conferences, and lodging. With hundreds of on-campus events annually, Pat and her staff are an integral part of the success of Albion College. While serving the College for over thirty years, Pat continues to demonstrate her willingness to learn and experiment with new ideas and initiatives. For example, Pat has shown her commitment to our learning-centered college by engaging in the sustainability theme. This August, Pat planned extensively for the faculty welcome dinner, which will feature twenty-four Michigan-made and Michigan-grown products from sixteen locations, primarily within seventy miles of Albion.
Mike Rathbun is no stranger to crazy situations that Stock Room Attendants sometimes must often endure. Recently, Mike was responsible for setting up a basketball recruit tailgate event. The day began very nice, not a cloud in the sky. Mike set up the tailgate at the Ferguson lot as requested. All at once, the skies got dark and the rain came in droves. Well, obviously the tailgate would not go on at Ferguson. Mike, being the diligent worker that he is, went back and took down the tailgate without being asked and moved everything to the Dow Center out of the weather. Mike is receiving this award for his positive attitude toward this event and the professional patience he showed this day in dealing with this uncontrollable situation. Coach Jody May nominated Mike for this award.
Shahid Malik - Technical Administrator, has been nominated as the Employee of the Month. Shahid is the primary person behind the maintenance and programming of the Cisco Call Manager PBX, the XIBO digital signage system, the video surveillance system, and other systems on campus. In September, Shahid worked hand in hand to assist Campus Safety in the resolution of a security issue by pulling data from multiple systems Additionally, Shahid is a patient trainer of other staff on our systems, and a pleasure to work with. Thank you Shahid for all that you do to ensure the communications, security, and other systems we have on campus run smoothly and meet the needs of our students, faculty and staff.
Mitch Kyser is the seniority leader in the Systems & Networking department, joining the college in 1984. During his time in IT, he has been the technical lead for two email system transitions (from the Alpha to GroupWise, and from GroupWise to Google Mail) and has been instrumental in many other "behind the scenes" activities in IT. In his current role of Network Administrator, Mitch has been the technical lead for our server virtualization project. This project has allowed IT to consolidate servers and space, which reduces our need for power and cooling and saves the college money. He is currently working on desktop virtualization so we can reap these same benefits at the desktop, and is assisting with our new Banner Document Imaging System (BDMS), all while continuing the daily management of our server infrastructure. Thanks, Mitch!