Once You've Enrolled

Now that you are an official UWF student, you can begin to explore the online technology resources available to you. The services listed here are a good place to start.

Your ArgoNet UserName and Password

Your ArgoNet account provides access to most of the online services available at UWF. If you register for classes between 7 AM and 10 PM, your ArgoNet account is available for activation within 2 hours. If you register outside of these hours, the account will be available for activation the next day. Activate your account from the MyUWF login page at my.uwf.edu. Click Activate your account - New to UWF in the Home Items list and follow the on-screen instructions.


MyUWF

MyUWF is the website (my.uwf.edu), or "web portal," that contains the information and all of the online services that you need to be an active member of the UWF community. Getting Started with MyUWF.

eLearning

eLearning is the university's online course management system. Chances are that at least one of your classes uses eLearning. eLearning is available in MyUWF. Prepare for eLearning with eLearning Support for Students.

Google - Email & Apps

For email, calendar, and collaboration tools log into Google Apps at http://gmail.students.uwf.edu. Your email address is your ArgoNet username followed by "@students.uwf.edu".
Google's Learn by App - Help Resources.


eDesktop Virtual Lab

The eDesktop Virtual Computer Lab allows you to access UWF software from any high-speed Internet connection. To access eDesktop, or for more lab information, log into MyUWF at my.uwf.edu and search for "eDesktop".

Campus Computer Labs

UWF has computer labs for general-purpose use, along with many college-run labs with software and resources specifically for students in that college. UWF Libraries provide computing facilities on both the Pensacola and Fort Walton Beach campuses. Learn more about Campus Computer Labs.

File Storage and Web Posting

All students receive 500MB of space on the UWF server for storing files (H: drive) and website hosting (I: drive). Your H: and I: drives are secure and backed up regularly, and they can be accessed from any computer connected to the Internet.

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