Information Technology

Professional help desk staff and student assistants are available to assist students, faculty and staff with any campus technology request.

Help Desk

helpdesk@ndm.edu
410-532-5200

Our Services

  • Computer Lab Access and Use
  • Email and Connectivity Assistance
  • Telecommunications Assistance
  • ID Card System
  • Security Alerts

Our experts offer phone, email and face-to-face assistance regarding various computer-related tasks and applications in a timely and professional manner.

NDMU Portal

All services that require a secure login such as WebAdvisor, Joule, Email and other faculty and staff resources can be found on the NDMU Portal.

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Campus WiFi

Connect to NDMU Wireless

This documentation is designed to configure PC’s using Microsoft Windows, Vista or Mac operating systems to manage wireless network connectivity. If you use alternative software to manage your wireless network connectivity, consult the documentation provided by the software manufacturer.

The majority of Wireless Network cards will automatically connect to any available wireless network. If a successful connection is made, the wireless icon will appear in the bottom right of the task bar. If the icon appears, you are connected and should be able to access the Internet.

Windows 7

  1. Click the Wireless icon in the system tray  
  2. Select NDM_ResNet
  3. Check Connect Automatically checkbox
  4. Click Connect

A window pop-up will confirm connection has been estatblished.

Windows 8/8.1

  1. Click the Settings icon   in bottom right corner
  2. Click the Wireless icon
  3. Select NDM_ResNet
  4. Click Connect

The icon will change to show that a connection has been established.

Windows 10

  1. Click the Wireless icon in the system tray  
  2. Select NDM_ResNet
  3. Check Connect Automatically checkbox
  4. Click Connect

The icon will change to show that a connection has been established.

Windows Vista

  1. Click start   and then Connect To
  2. Select NDM_ResNet
  3. Click Connect

A window pop-up will confirm connection has been estatblished.

Mac OSX

  1. Click Airport icon  
  2. Select "Turn AirPort On"
  3. Click NDM_ResNet

The AirPort icon will become solid color to indicate connection.

WebAdvisor

WebAdvisor is an online search tool for Notre Dame of Maryland University students and faculty to easily search for classes, grades, schedules or make payments.

Search WebAdvisor

  • Course Titles
  • Course Offerings
  • Course Availability
  • Course Descriptions
  • Faculty Information
  • Online Payments
  • Financial Aid Information
  • Access to Your Information
    • Schedule
    • Demographics 
    • Final Grades
    • Advisor
       

Access General Course Information (no login needed)

  1. Go to advisor.ndm.edu
  2. Click on "WebAdvisor for Students"
  3. Click on "Search for Sections"
  4. Use the pull-down menu to enter a term
  5. Enter at least one more criterion to narrow the search (examples: department, faculty last name, day of the week, etc.)
  6. Click Submit
  7. Select a course name to obtain specific information
     

Access Personal Information

Use your NDMU WebAdvisor login to access grades, financial aid, schedules, online registration options and more. All personal information is secured and real-time data reflects the same information that is available through the registrar's office.

Student Email

NDMU uses Microsoft's Office 365 email system for all student email. It is fondly refered to as Gatormail.

How to Login to Gatormail

  1. Go to gatormail.ndm.edu.
  2. Enter your username and password.
    • Use your full NDMU email address as your username.  The email format is the first initial of your first name, full last name, a number provided by the university, then followed by “@live.ndm.edu." Example: The email address for Jane Doe would be jdoe4@live.ndm.edu

    • Your initial password is the first initial of your first and last name in uppercase letters, the last four digits of your social security number, followed by "ndmu" in lowercase letters. Example: JD1234ndmu

  3. If using a public computer, uncheck “Remember me on this computer” and “Remember my password.”
  4. Click Sign In.
  5. Create new passwrod when prompted.
  6. Enter required profile information (birth year, alternate e-mail address, country/region, etc.).
  7. Click "I Accept."
  8. “Use the blind and low vision experience” should remain unchecked unless necessary.
  9. Select your language. Choose your time zone (GMT-5:00 is Eastern Standard Time). Click OK.

The system may take you directly to your Inbox, or request that you sign in again.

Forward Your Gatormail to a Personal Email Account

  1. Login to your e-mail account as described above
  2. Click Settings (located top right of the screen)
  3. Click Options
  4. Click Accounts
  5. Select Forwarding
  6. Type your forwarding e-mail address under "Forward my e-mail to:"
  7. Click Start Forwarding

From the email forwarding setup window, continue:

  1. Under "Apply this rule..." and "When the message arrives, and:", select "[Apply to all messages]".
  2. Under "Do the following:", select "Redirect the message to...".
  3. Click "Select One."
  4. Select "Contacts" in the left pane located under My Contacts.
  5. Find and double-click your alternate email address on the list.
  6. Click OK. The previous screen will appear.
  7. Click Save.

You will be returned to the original window where your new Inbox Rule will appear. Any changes or creation of new Inbox Rules could take up to a few hours for the system to update.