Resources for Supervisors of Student Employees
If you have any questions regarding student workers and their access to technology accounts and resources, please contact the HelpDesk.
- Access to department drives and Teams folders
- Web authoring
- Removing access
- HelpDesk support
- Other IT resources
- Other student employment resources
Access to department drives and Teams folders
Students automatically have their own Novell account and H drive.
Student workers do not automatically have any access to the Denali fileserver, including department drives and Team folders.
If your student worker needs access to a department drive, team folder, and/or other special network access, please complete this additional access request form (login to Calvin Google Apps with your Calvin email and passphrase). It will automatically generate a work order within CIT and both you and the student worker will be notified when the access has been granted. The student will then see the DEPT (\\Denali) (R:) in the Computer window on his or her Calvin work computer after logging into Novell. As with faculty and staff, student workers can only see the folders on Denali that they have been granted access to depending on what has been requested.
If your student worker's duties include updating your department's web site, please complete this additional access request form (login to Calvin Google Apps with your Calvin email and passphrase) to request web authoring access to WWW on Glacier\Web. It will automatically generate a work order within CIT and both you and the student worker will be notified when the access has been granted. The student will then see the WWW (\\Glacier\Web) (R): in the Computer window on his or her Calvin work computer after logging into Novell. As with faculty and staff, each department is responsible for maintaining their own web site.
If you need to arrange additional training for web authoring, please contact the Digital Studio.
You will need to setup a site definition on the student worker's computer in order to use DreamWeaver for web authoring.
You may request DreamWeaver for the student worker's computer if it is not already available.
Student workers should not use their personal printing quota for work-related printing
When printing to uniFLOW, student employees will see two options on the uniFLOW printer, one for their personal printing quota and one cost center for the department in which they work. Any work-related printing should be charged to the department and not to the student's personal quota. It is the responsibility of the supervisor to train students in correct usage of the department print quota and to review the charges to the department to ensure a student worker is not using department funds to print personal jobs.
If you need your student worker(s) to have access to your department printers and print budget, please complete this additional access request form (login to Calvin Google Apps with your Calvin email and passphrase). It will automatically generate a work order within CIT and both you and the student worker will be notified when the access has been granted. Once access has been granted, the student worker may print to your departmental printers and uniFLOW printers using your department's print budget.
All Calvin students have a StudentMail email account. They do not have personal Office 365/Outlook accounts. If your department has one or more accounts for department business or calendaring, access is granted to a student when the "owner" of that account shares the password with the student worker. The student worker should log directly into the account since they will not have the ability to access Office 365 accounts from their personal account. CIT encourages student employees to use the Outlook Web App online rather than the Outlook client.
If you have a student worker that is no longer working for your or your department, please complete the remove access web form. This form will notify CIT that the student is no longer employed and CIT will remove the student's access to any department printers, web sites, and department drives or Teams folders associated with the student's employment in your department. This form is also copied to the Jobshop so that the student's time card can be updated or removed.
Your student worker may contact the HelpDesk for any work-related technology problems or questions. If your student worker may need to contact CIT, please instruct them to give their full name, identify which department they are working for, and be prepared to give the exact building and room location of their computer/workstation. Depending on the nature of the call/request, the HelpDesk may require permission or confirmation from a supervisor before the request can be completed, and may enter the work order dually under the names student worker and the supervisor. Requests for additional access must always be made by the supervisor (the same is true for faculty and staff).
Other IT resources for student workers
Student workers who are doing work-related projects may use the following resources. These resources are not available for school work or personal projects. You may refer these resources to your student worker if you feel they are of value to work-related training or projects.
- Digital Studio - The Digital Studio is located on the bottom floor of the Hekman Library off of the main computer lab, between the computer classrooms on the southern wall. Digital Studio hours typically follow the main Library hours. The Digital Studio is availble to help with projects such as audio and video projects or file conversion, advance web design, graphic design, Moodle, scanning (images, slides, and documents), and test scanning (Scantron).
- Online video tutorials - CIT has access to various web sites that provide extensive video tutorials and training for most of the software applications and operating systems we use at Calvin (Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, Windows 7, etc). Contact the HelpDesk if you would like to use one of these resources for student worker training.
Student employment resources outside of CIT
- Time cards are handled by the Payroll and Student Employment offices.
- Building access is controlled by Campus Safety.
- Environmental health and safety training (mandatory) is available onling through the Physical Plant.