Self-service portals are a new service being offered by the CLA IT group which will give you the control to install available software as needed.
Penn State’s College of the Liberal Arts network and systems have been successfully repaired and returned to service, after being taken offline on June 26 in response to two cyberattacks.
There are several actions College faculty, staff, and graduate students are required to take in response to this incident. Information and instructions regarding these actions—including changing your College password and enrolling in two-factor authentication—can be found on the SecurePennState.psu.edu website.
The College of the Liberal Arts upgraded all its building’s wireless to the next generation of Penn State’s wireless service for students, faculty and staff on Monday this week. The new service (known as Penn State Wireless 2.0) is designed to incorporate cutting-edge authentication and encryption methods aimed at improving the level of security and performance for laptop and desktop users.
In an effort to standardize our scheduled maintenance for server patches, updates, upgrades or hardware replacements, as well as end user software updates, we have adopted a formal schedule within the College of the Liberal Arts.
For more information, please visit the Maintenance Schedule page.