This section provides a resource to access services such as email, wireless, and account information. If your question is not answered in the section below, you can open a support ticket through the Service Desk, emailing the Service Desk, or by calling 610-927-2008.
Your Alvernia Network User Name is a 1 ID/1 password. This User Name consists of the first 4 letters of your last name + the last 6 digits of your Student ID — [e.g., for Mark Smith – ID 000123456 : Username would be smit123456]. Your password is the same as User Name; for sample student Mark Smith, Password is smit123456. When you log in for the first time, you will be prompted to change your password.
Your Alvernia Network User Name gives you access to the following systems:
All answers to changing your network password can be found here.
All incoming freshman and new employees will receive new account information; students receive this account in their orientation packet, and new employees will get the information emailed to them from Human Resources. If you did not receive new account information, you can contact the Service Desk to open a support ticket through the Service Desk, email the Service Desk, or by call 610-927-2008.
You can log into your email account by logging in here.
Passwords are an important aspect of computer security. They are the front line of protection for user accounts. A poorly chosen password may result in the compromise of Alvernia University’s network. As such, all Alvernia University students and employees are responsible for taking the appropriate steps, as outlined here, to select and secure their passwords.
Self-Service can be accessed by going to the main Logins page.
MyAlvernia is a web portal which connects users, including students, faculty and staff, to personalized academic, financial and campus information. Because myAlvernia ties directly to Self-Service, it provides direct access to Section Search, Online Registration, Billing and Financial Aid information, Course Schedule, Grades, and other Self-Service features. It can be accessed on the Logins page.
E2Campus is the emergency notification system for Alvernia University. You can log in or view other resource materials by going to the Logins page.
CrusaderNet is the University supported wireless network. Current students and employees have access to CrusaderNet. This page will give you instructions on how to access the network.
The Campus Print Program ensures that University printing technology is current and efficient, contributes to sustainable environmental practices and provides for a cost-savings across campuses. Learn more about the program here.