Each semester, the college creates network accounts for all students enrolled in that semester. These accounts allow access to campus computers for the duration of a single semester.
The campus computer network accounts allow access to campus computers for the duration of a single semester. The online databases and video streaming available through the Learning Resources Center website require that the student login to the campus computer network before accessing these services from off campus. Since student network accounts are deleted between semesters, re-authentication must occur each semester to access the online databases and video streaming through the LRC.
Each semester, the college creates network accounts for all students enrolled in that semester. Between semesters, all student campus computer network accounts are deleted. As a result, students will not be able to login to a campus computer between semesters or during a semester in which they are not enrolled even if enrolled in a later semester.
To login to a campus computer, use the CTRL+ALT+DEL keyboard combination to bring up a login window. Your user name is the same as your Rose 2PlusID. Your initial password is your birth date in MMDDYYYY format.
EXAMPLE: John Smith – Born on July 1, 1950 and Student ID is 0003418
Network User ID: JS0003418
If you are a Rose student taking classes for college credit, your Rose 2PlusID is created according to the following format:
First Name Initial + Last Name Initial + 7-digit Student ID Number
EXAMPLE: John Smith – Student ID is 0003418
Rose 2PlusID: JS0003418
Occasionally, the last name initial does not coincide with your current last name even if correctly updated in OASIS. If the proper initial does not work, try the last name initial of the name under which you were first admitted as a student at the college.
It is recommended that you change your password after your first login. You may change your password as frequently or infrequently as you wish. To change your campus computer network password, use the CTRL+ALT+DEL keyboard combination after you are logged in. Click the Change Password... button in the Windows Security window. If you want your campus computer network password to match your other college passwords, you must update it separately in each system.
For help with your campus computer login, speak to a computer lab technician or contact Information Technology Services (ITS) at (405) 733-7356.