New Student: Technology Resource Guide

If you are a department looking for a hard-copy version, a PDF version of this article is attached and available to print for distribution. 

Are you a new or returning student? We’ve got you covered. The following links are our most requested student technology resources. Visit to search for common answers to technology questions or search for any of the following terms (if you have a paper copy). You can also request help by calling 715-425-3687 or visiting us on the 1st floor of Davee Library.

Falcon Account

Activate, register or reset your Falcon Account password. Your Falcon Account is your single sign-on for UWRF online resources. To use your Falcon Account, you’ll need to set up Duo Multi-Factor Authentication. 

Office 365 

Access Office applications online: Outlook mail, calendar and contacts; OneDrive; online Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote; etc. 


The Dashboard is the first thing you will see when you log into Canvas. The Dashboard helps you see what is happening in all your current courses. 

You can return to your User Dashboard at any time by clicking the Dashboard link in Global Navigation 


A per semester printing allocation is added to your account at the beginning of each semester. All students are given $20.00 in printing credits. Once credits are spent, students will need to wait until the following semester to receive additional.  

Electronic Student Information System (eSIS) 

Access course schedules, grades, and other information related to your status at the institution. 

Technology Equipment/Spaces  

Search our knowledge base using the terms 


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