Technology helps you succeed
Through information technology, we are committed to providing the highest quality technology resources to help enhance your experience at Penn State.
Information Technology serves the needs of Penn State’s students, faculty, and staff through responsive Information Technology services and support, enabling infrastructure, effective administrative systems, and forward-looking innovation.
Information Technology Services
202 Sharon Hall
147 Shenango Avenue
Sharon, PA 16146
Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Virtually Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Connecting to Wireless and Email
The following links provide information about getting your smartphone connected to our wireless network. The current set of instructions may be used on Android, Apple products and Windows PCs. Please check back regularly because we will continually try to support more devices.
Access your email:
- Outlook Email (Web) - No setup required
- Outlook Email Setup for Mobile Devices
- Outlook Email Setup for Desktops/Laptops
Computer labs and technology classrooms
- Forker Lab 108 (6)*
- Lecture Hall 326 (25)
- Lartz Library 103 - The SHARC (7)*
- Sharon Hall 303 (19)
- Sharon Hall 312 (26) *
- Sharon Hall 314 (16)
- Sharon Hall-Great Hall (6)*
Note: The only COLOR printer on campus for student use is in Forker Lab 108.
* indicates areas students can use when class is not in session.
Technology in classrooms
Almost all classrooms on campus now have basic technology in the room, which includes a desktop computer and a projector or TV to share content with the class.
There are a few classrooms with enhanced technology, which will allow you to broadcast your class via Zoom using a high-definition camera that is mounted to the wall.
Rooms with Zoom capabilities
- Forker Lab 125
- Forker Lab 126
- Lecture Hall 321
- Lecture Hall 326
- Sharon Hall 302
- Sharon Hall 312
- Sharon Hall 318
In addition to technology classrooms, there are two computer carts that include a computer, projector, and basic sound, and two audio/video rovers that have a laptop, projector, and a sound system that can be requested for any non-technology areas to display PowerPoint presentations, show a video, or connect to the Internet for other resources.