The Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Technology Center offers students a place to complete coursework, collaborate for school projects, or to just to relax and watch TV.
Computer giving you trouble? Contact the Helpdesk!
Call 863.616.6426 or Email email@example.com
We have multiple lab locations on campus for your convenience.
We have over 30 computers available in our lab, both PCs and Macs, printers, and three scanner stations.
We also have a comfy “Cyber Lounge” with tables, chairs, couches and more in the Roux Library.
Some departmental classroom labs are open outside of scheduled classes. Check with your instructor or department on available hours to use these labs.
Lab Monitors and Assistants are on duty during open hours to monitor the lab, offer assistance to our patrons, and to staff the Help Desk.
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday
The Rinker Technology Center is located on Ingraham Avenue. Tutu’s Cyber Café is another great option for computing.
Below you’ll find tips for getting your device connected to the Internet.
Please Note: Because security protocols differ among devices, Florida Southern College cannot guarantee connection for all streaming devices. FSC Information Technology Services will allow access based on the device’s MAC address, however, if a student is unable to connect with a particular device there is an option to purchase an individual BrightHouse connection by calling 863.327.1009 (select 0 when asked for a phone number). Students are responsible for their BrightHouse bill and stopping and/or transferring services when departing the college.
Microsoft Outlook web-based e-mail for easy access to e-mail from any location
FSC e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org (replace the word username with your assigned network username)
If you are receiving the error: "You’re currently signed in with an Office 365 email account, which can’t be used with Outlook.com" it can be resolve by one of the following options:
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Florida Southern uses text messaging for conveying time sensitive or emergency information direct to your cell phone. For example you will receive notification of:
All students who provide the college with their cell phone number will be automatically enrolled in this service.