EDCC Request for CWU Guest AccountAuthorized Personnel ONLY All fields are required!EDCC Student First Name: EDCC Student Last Name: EDCC Student ID: Class Standing and Major: EDCC Student Telephone/Cell Phone: EDCC Student Email Address: Comments: Enter Comments Here Enrollment Form Verified? Yes No Photo ID Verified? Yes No Select your user-id: Select your nameYOUR Email Address: YOUR Netware Password: The following procedure will be used to give EdCC students CWU computer accounts:Any currently registered EdCC student may request a CWU computer account to be used in Snoqualmie Hall Computer labs (rooms 115 or 114). Account will only be for 1 quarter at a time. No e-mail or data storage will be given and account will only allow Internet access or use of any computer resident software. Only EdCC students who request an account will receive one.EdCC students must present (to an authorized CWU employee - see list) a current EdCC enrollment form along with a photo id to establish identity and right to request a computer account. Student must adhere to our Acceptable Use Policy.When an EdCC student has provided proper identification for an account, the CWU employee will fill out an on-line form that will be sent to Terilee Germain. After the form is filled out and sent, CWU employee should tell the EdCC student that it will be 1 working day (weekdays only) before they will receive their account.When the account has been created by Terilee, the Username and Password will be sent back to all the CWU employees in the above list so the EdCC student can check with any of the CWU employees to get their computer account information. Before giving the EdCC student the information, the EdCC student will need to present a photo id.In the event the EdCC student needs to have their password changed or other computer assistance, they should contact the on-duty lab assistant and then have the lab assistant call Terilee Germain at 2946 (Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm) for assistance. Lab Assistants must verify that the student with the problem is indeed a currently enrolled EdCC student before calling for assistance.