The St. John's School of Law Information Technology (IT) Department provides systems and technology support to facilitate the achievement of the School of Law's academic and administrative goals. Our professional and courteous staff is committed to providing outstanding service and technological assistance to our students, faculty and staff.
We continue to evaluate new products and innovations relevant to enhancing the School of Law's educational environment.
Tracy Bonaventure -Desktop Support Supervisor 718 990-1429
Felix Rosario -Desktop Support Specialist 718 990-1489
Information Technology office -Room 1-06 within the library.
Phone: 718-990-1430Email: [email protected]
Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Please be aware that IT support is limited during University Holidays.
To submit a helpdesk ticket to IT, please fill out this form: IT Remote Support Request Form
Available technology services at St. John's School of Law :
As a member of the St. John's Community, you have access to University technology services. Information Technology is working hard to consolidate the usernames and passwords used to access these technology services (e.g., email, UIS, Blackboard, etc.) using a new Single Sign-On system.
For Step-By-Step directions, please review the Single Sign-On instructions hear.
How to sign in as a Student, Faculty, Employee Instructions
The Wireless Network Name or "SSID" for St. John's Students is "SJUMobile" (without the quotes). You will be prompted for your Active Directory Credentials the first time you connect to this network .
The Active Directory account name consists of your first initial plus the first 4 letters of your last name plus the last 3 numbers of your X number. Alternatly you can use your full email address @my.stjohns.edu.
For instance, John Smith with the X number of X123456789 will have jsmit789 as his Active Directory login name. Alternately you can use your full email address @my.stjohns.edu
Your default password is "Sj + the storm card ID number".
All St. John's students automatically receive an e-mail address.
Your e-mail address is in this format: [email protected]
The xx represents the 2-digit year of the start of your career at St. John's. For instance, if John Smith enrolled at St. John's in year 2013 his email address would be: [email protected]
Please note that if you attended St. John's University for your undergraduate studies your e-mail address remains the same and the 2-digit year portion of it will not change.
You can access your email by logging on to https://signon.stjohns.edu clicking on the e-mail icon.
Download the Outlook App from the App store or Access your email from the SJU Connect App.
Here are the instructions that students should follow when attempting to enter the St. John’s University System.
Step 1: Login to the University Information System (UIS) to establish your account and password.
To log into UIS visit http://apollo.stjohns.edu
Your User ID is your X-number (capital 'X')
Your PIN / Default Password is "Sj Plus your Xnumber with out the X"
Step 2: Login to https://signon.stjohns.edu
To log into signon.stjohns.edu
Your student username is your email address "@my.stjohns.edu". It is in the following format: firstname.lastname## where '##' represents the 2-digit year of entry into St. John's University.
Your default password is "Sj plus your storm card number"
Once logged on to signon.stjohns.edu portal you will have access to several apps like office 365, Canvas and email.
Student Printing Options
Students should visit: https://sju-students.webex.com and register using their @my.stjohns.edu email. If you only want to attend a WebEx session, you do not need to do this. The registration is for those who would like to "Host" meetings or events.
For more information visit https://stjohns.edu/it
The St. John’s University StormCard provides students with visual identification. It also allows students to set up debit accounts for purchases at vending machines (snack and soda machines, photocopiers, computer lab printers and laundry facilities, etc.) and to make purchases at any of the University dining facilities and bookstore. The StormCard also has the ability to provide access to campus buildings and parking facilities.
Please be mindful that the StormCard is mandatory, every St. John's student must carry it on campus at all times.
The StormCard Office is located at Public Safety and is open:
Monday, Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
The School of Law Information Technology department currently supports the following operating systems and applications:
The School of Law Information Technology department (IT) will support all computers and printers that are purchased and distributed by IT. The IT department will not provide hardware support for personal laptops or home computers. As a courtesy, we will assist with diagnostics.
Please be sure to backup any important documents you may have on your computer before requesting service. The St. John's School of Law IT department cannot be responsible for any data loss that may occur while servicing your computer.
The computers within the lab can be accessed using your Active Directory account. Your Active directory name consists of your first initial plus the first 4 letters of your last name plus the last 3 numbers of your X number. As an alternate you can use your full email address @my.stjohns.edu
Your default password is "Sj + your storm card ID number".
There are two high speed printers outside the computer lab that students can print to. Printers can be accessed through computers in the lab and wireless from your laptop at https://printcenter.stjohns.edu. Students are issued $60.00 each semester on their storm card for printing. Your printing allowance is reset each fall. To release your print jobs you will need your storm card.
St. John's University, New York (the "University") through the Department of Information Technology (IT), provides an array of computing resources to support the instructional, research and administrative functions of the University, including computing equipment, laptop computers distributed pursuant to the University's Academic Computing Initiative, networks (via wireless and wired access), internet access, computers, terminals, communications networks, printers, software, data files and other relating computing equipment ("Computing Resources"). Agreement and adherence to the following policies is a mandatory prerequisite to use of the Computing Resources and your use of Computing Resources constitutes your agreement to be bound by the policies.
Since rapid change is inherent to computing and information networks, the University reserves the right to modify these policies at any time, except for Academic Computing Initiative policies related to material terms and conditions of ownership, possession and use of University provided laptop computers which policies may be altered only with respect to new recipients of laptop computers. Although the University will make reasonable efforts to announce changes to policies, it is the user's personal responsibility to remain informed of the current policies by periodically checking this Handbook.
Click Hear to view the full computer usage policy.