Academic Support & Resources


Important Login Information

The following links will take you to various Bethany College web portals, including Canvas, Webmail, and Self Service.

These are secure web portals and you will need your Bethany College username and password to gain access to them. Never share your login information with anyone, and always remember to log out when you are finished. It’s also a good practice to change your passwords periodically to reduce your vulnerability to potential threats.

For more information, contact the Information Technology help desk.



Reset Your Password

Self Service

Asset Essentials

Technology Services

There are multiple open-use computer labs on campus that include both Apple Macintosh and Windows 10. Two labs are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Residential Halls: Each room in the residential halls contains high-speed network connectivity through wired and wireless connection.

Wireless: Wireless access is available in a variety of academic and student life buildings on campus. Students, faculty and staff are able to utilize this service for high-speed internet connectivity.

Connecting Your Wireless Device: If you have a device attempting to connect to the BC-WIRELESS, you will be prompted for an Email and Password. You will simply need to enter your Bethany Email and password – the same credentials you use to log into your Bethany email, a College computer, Canvas and Self Service. As you login, each device will require a one-time setup to allow a security certificate to be installed on your device. Depending upon your operations system (iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, etc.) the security certificate installation will vary. To find instructions on your device, please click on the following links below:



Mac OS X

Windows 8

Windows 10

In addition to BC-WIRELESS, you will see Wi-Fi service for BC-GAMING. This is the site that you should connect any Chromebook, Apple TV, Xbox, PlayStation, SmartTV, or other gaming device.

Non-gaming devices such as smartphones, tablets, and computers will be denied access to this network. Those devices must be connected via the BC-WIRELESS.

Classroom Media: Numerous classrooms contain academic instructional technology such as computers, projectors, DVD/VCRs, TVs, visual presenters, “smart boards,” etc.