Student Computing


Technology resources have become an integral part of higher education, and students at Saint Mary’s College have access to a wide variety of technology resources and support. ResNet refers to the team that provides technology support to students at Saint Mary’s College. ResNet support is available to assist any student who requests our help with technology during the academic year.

ResNet at Saint Mary's College provides:

  • Wired and wireless network and Internet connections for every student living in the residence halls.
  • 802.11n/ac wireless network and Internet access in all of the residence halls.
  • Detailed instructions for connecting to the campus network.
  • Free virus protection software for your personal computer (Bitdefender security software for Windows and macOS).
  • Free licenses of Microsoft Office 365 for Students (includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). Office 365 offers full versions of current Microsoft Office software that can be installed on students' personally-owned computers and mobile devices.
  • ResNet Computer Consultants (RCCs) who are available to assist with connecting your computer to the network and other basic technology questions. RCCs will also assist students with the removal of malware infecting their computers.
  • The ResNet Office and the ResNet Helpline, which are staffed in the afternoons and evenings by ResNet Computer Consultants (RCCs) six days a week for immediate troubleshooting assistance. No appointments are necessary.

Saint Mary's College and Information Technology also provide students with:

  • A Saint Mary's e-mail account that is accessible from any computer, smartphone, or tablet with access to the Internet.
  • Access to Google Workspace for Education for communication and collaboration tools, with unlimited cloud storage for e- mail and Google Drive.
  • Disk space on our network (referred to as a "personal network drive"), where students can save their files. This space is accessible from any networked computer on campus, eliminating the need to carry flash drives or other media across campus from computer to computer. This network space is also backed up by Information Technology every night, which makes it a secure place for important papers and other files.
  • Wireless network and Internet access in all of our academic buildings (including classrooms).
  • Over 300 computers in our campus computer clusters - areas with networked Mac and Windows computers that have many popular and course-specific software packages installed on them. Any Saint Mary's student can use the computers in the clusters, and there are clusters available in the library, classroom buildings, and each residence hall. Many of these computers are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Even if they own a personal computer, students will often work in the computer clusters because of the software and hardware available. The clusters also provide a study space away from the distractions of a residence hall room.


For more information about ResNet, please visit

For more information about Computer Clusters, please visit

For imformation about PrintLimit, our print management system, please visit

To apply online for a position in Information Technology, please visit


Last updated: July 13, 2021