Tech Support for Students Form
Emergency Technology Equipment Request Form
Connect to Student Wifi
How to Change Display Name in Canvas
Click here to Log in to your Ohlone Student Email. Remember your email address is your WebAdvisor username @student.ohlone.edu (for example, email@example.com) and your password is your WebAdvisor password.
If you currently have a WebAdvisor account and cannot log into your student email, please proceed with account activation:
If you have any problem or questions, email the IT Service Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will respond to your support request/question as soon as we can in the order they have been received.
Step 2: Select Ohlone College from the "Choose School/Search School" list
Step 3: Sign in (use same username and password as WebAdvisor and Canvas)
This FREE app supports iOS and Android on mobile devices.Need assistance with login?
Contact Ohlone College IT Services Department at 510-659-7333.
With the app you can:
- View your class schedule
- View notifications/holds
- View your grades
- Access important phone numbers
- Connect on social media
Pcounter WebPay (Student Printing)
Student printing at both the Fremont and Newark campuses uses Pcounter WebPay. Students can add value to their accounts from anywhere via a secure website. The link to Pcounter is: https://fcpwd.ohlone.edu/webdeposit/
When creating a new Pcounter account, please use your student webadvisor username and password. The cost per-page for students is $0.10 (10¢) per page for black and white and $0.60 (60¢) per page for color.
Recommendations for Student Computers
Ohlone ITS recommends using the below specs as the minimum requirements to purchasing a new computer for academic use: Computer Recommendations for Academic Use (PDF)
Systems Use Requirements
The Systems Use Requirements establishes rules and prohibitions that define acceptable use of the Ohlone College systems. Unacceptable use is prohibited, and is grounds for loss of computing privileges, as well as discipline or legal sanctions under Federal, State, and local law.