Please submit your IT or Audio Visual support requests using the following link:
Students are required to obtain a student domain account and a student email account.
Wireless access is available for enrolled students. Students are required to register their wireless devices with the IT Department. Wireless devices which pose a security threat will be disconnected from the campus wireless network.
Occupational Technologies Building, Room 133
Monday – Friday
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Closed 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Microsoft Office 365 SIPI Cloud webmail
Your new student email account, @mail.sipi.edu, is ready for you! Please follow the directions below as soon as possible.
You must use your @mail.sipi.edu email account to communicate with college faculty and staff.
4. Complete the account registration by verifying your account information.
SIPI Cloud Password Guidelines:
1. 8 characters or more
2. 1 capital letter
3. 1 number
Office 365 provides student email, online document editing (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), and file storage (OneDrive).
Register for a SIPI student email account at the Occupational Technologies Building Room 133, M-F, 9am-11am and 1pm-3pm.
Connect a mobile device
All network activity will be monitored and/or audited periodically by the Information Technology Department. All activity to and from the Internet is logged and monitored by the Bureau of Indian Education and the IT Department. The BIE is currently working towards automatically blocking its internet gateways to known inappropriate sites. However, just because an inappropriate site is not blocked does not mean that it is authorized for access. You must use good judgment. Each individual is expected to refrain from accessing inappropriate sites.
Unless specifically authorized in writing by the manufacturer of the software, software and documentation relating to the use of the software may not be duplicated. Personal software is not allowed on any campus computer system without the expressed written permission of the IT Department.
Students are allowed to use campus computing facilities for educational and related personal use as long as that use does not interfere with the college's mission, conflict with specific lab policies, or is listed below. Specifically, students may not:
Violation of policy relating to the use of campus computers and/or the Internet may subject the user to termination of access, disciplinary action or prosecution as deemed appropriate. Any inappropriate or improper use of any Network or Computer Resource by any user should be reported immediately to the Network Administrator. Information Technology staff will disclose any illegal or unauthorized activities to appropriate college personnel and law enforcement agencies
The college recognizes the importance of protecting copyrighted material from unlawful distribution and use. Unauthorized distribution of copyrighted materials such as songs, videos, games, textbooks, or other types of intellectual property by way of illegal file sharing is prohibited and may result in civil or criminal action.
Click here for a PDF version of the Student I.T. Use Policy
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