Go to the Computer Commons Help Desk in the Learner Centre. Bring your NorQuest student ID card or another form of legal photo ID, and Computer Commons staff will be happy to reset your password.

All student computer accounts expire on the last day of class or the semester.

If your account has expired before the day shown on your ID card, go to the Computer Help Desk for assistance. Present your student ID card and let them know that you are getting a message saying your account has expired.

Save your files in at least two places (e.g., Google Drive and your USB device). Do not save to My Documents. After every reboot, the computer will revert to a clean state and files saved in My Documents will be lost.

Any files saved to college computers will be erased. You have to save to your Google Drive and/or another memory device, such as a USB.

When you register, you have 200 print pages assigned to you per semester. Your course of study may require more than this. The balance on your printing credits is shown on the desktop in a dialogue box called "Paper Cut".

No. However, if you use up all of the pages in your print quota, you will have to buy more. The cost is five cents per page plus GST. The minimum purchase is 100 pages.

Computer Commons area does not take payment. You must go to the Office of the Registrar and purchase more printing credits. The Office of the Registrar will give you a receipt. Bring the receipt to the Computer Commons Help Desk and staff will add the credit to your account. The Office of the Registrar closes at 4:15 pm daily.

MyMail is a Gmail account. You will have to type your login information given to you to successfully sign into your account. Ensure that you are logged out of any pre-existing Gmail accounts before logging into your MyMail account.

Contact Information

Room 2-111, Singhmar Centre for Learning
10215 108 Street NW
Edmonton, AB T5J 1L6




Monday - Friday
7:30 AM - 7:00 PM

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Sunday & statutory holidays

Note: Have your student ID number, home address and phone number available before contacting the Computer Commons. Email requests must include this information.