Regis University campuses in Loveland and Broomfield providing free internet access, computer use to flood victims
September 27, 2013
(DENVER) – Regis University’s campuses in Loveland and Broomfield are offering free access to the Internet and use of computers at both campuses as a way to help people impacted by the recent floods.
Flood victims will be able to use computers located at the Loveland or Broomfield campus or bring in their own devices to connect to the Internet using a guest login to Regis University’s wireless network.
All guests will check in and sign a log at the front desk. Guests will be required to complete a self-registration by way of SafeConnect. If the guest does not have any form of technology, Campus Associates will have the user to complete a use of technology waiver form. Once the waiver is signed, guests will receive the Regis University guest credentials, giving the guest the ability to login to a RegisNET lab computer.
Campus associates at both campuses will be on hand to guide the process and assist guests. And the University’s Information Technology Services staff will also be available to assist with any potential problems.
The Loveland campus is located at 1605 Foxtrail Drive. Loveland Campus hours are Monday thru Thursday from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Interlocken at Broomfield Campus is located in the Interlocken Business Park at 11001 West 120th Avenue. Campus hours are Monday thru Thursday from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
“Because of Regis’ commitment to developing men and women in service to others, the institution wants to model that value in the community,” said Denis Murray, assistant dean of Regis University’s College for Professional Studies, while explaining why the University is offering the free service to people impacted by the floods.
For more information, contact Jo Ann Honey, Loveland Campus director, at 303-458-4978.
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