Internet & Campus Network
- Activating Your Account
- Registering with Whitman
- Credentials - Your Username & Password
- Online Account Password Changer
- LAN (Wired Network Connection)
- File Storage
- Guest Accounts
All the information you will need about how to activate a new Whitman account. This will allow you to access your Whitman email and will provide you with the credentials (username and password) that you will need to access the Whitman network.
When you first connect to the Whitman network, you will need to register. See our Registration guide for more information.
Your Whitman username and password allow you to log-in to your Whitman email, the Whitman network, and many other services on campus (CLEo, Quack, netFiles, etc).
Reset your password (email and network)
Wireless network enables properly-equipped computers to connect to the internet and/or campus network without a network cable. Whitman offers two types of wireless access. See our wireless guide for more information connecting to the WiFi network. If you are a Whitman community member and wish to permanently register your device on the wireless network, you can submit this request via the Manual Device Registration page.
Whitman provides file storage through netFiles (personal) and winFiles (departmental). See our File storage page for more information on storing data on Whitman's servers.
If you are visiting Whitman and need access to the Internet, Whitman offers wireless "hotspots" throughout campus. If you are a guest for a short or long term stay, it is possible to obtain a guest account to access both the Internet and Whitman resources. See our Whitman Wireless and Guest Accounts pages for more information.