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Student Technology and Resource Center

Student Technology and Resource Center

This student technology and resource center has been designed to help you find and utilize the tools that you use the most. Here you will find resources for navigating the technology tools that you will need to successfully complete your program.

If you need help with password resets or are experiencing login issues, contact the Student Support Help Desk at 410-219-0199 or by email at Studentsupport@ainfosys.com.  

Telephone Hours:
Monday - Thursday:  10am – 7pm EST
Friday: 10am – 2pm EST

Student Portal

The student portal is your gateway to online student services and records. Check your grades, e-bills, financial aid status; update your directory information; and much more.

Email

Your student email is activated at the time of student orientation. Use your Microsoft 365 account to log into Microsoft Outlook to retrieve your school emails. 

Online Learning

Our online platforms are used by your instructor to provide you with information regarding your class assignment grades. If you have any issues accessing your courses or viewing your grades/feedback, please reach out to your instructor.

Zoom Meeting

Zoom is a web-conferencing tool that allows you, your instructor, & your classmates to interact online. The goal of this guide is to get you up & running with the tool quickly but comfortably.

Office 365

Students and educators at our institutions can sign up for Office 365 Education for free, which includes the apps Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and now Microsoft Teams, plus additional classroom tools. Use your valid school email address to get started today.

If you need help with password resets or are experiencing login issues, contact the Student Support Help Desk
at 410-219-0199 or by email at
Studentsupport@ainfosys.com.


Online Tutorial - Using Your Chromebook

Chromebooks are primarily used to perform a variety of tasks using the Google Chrome browser, with most applications and data residing in the cloud rather than on the machine itself.