Our cross-campus ICT Help service is here to help with any computer-related queries.
Username and Password
You can reset / update your password by visiting our iForgot self service from a computer or other device.
At College, you can change your password at any time by logging into a College computer and pressing CTRL + ALT + DEL. If you forget your password and you require help you can go to the Help Desk and a member of staff can reset your password for you.
Remember to change your password regularly and keep it safe. Do not disclose your password to anybody else.
If the above resources do not help with your issue please contact ICT Help.
Accessing MyD&A and other College Systems
As a student, all the information which is available to you can be found on MyD&A.
MyD&A is automatically the first site you will see when you login to a college computer. If you wish to access MyD&A from home simply go to my.dundeeandangus.ac.uk from any browser and login in with your username and password.
On MyD&A you can view all announcements, update your personal details, view your timetable, check your attendance records and see when your next bursary payment is due.
Once you are logged into MyD&A you will have access to other systems such as MyLearning (for all your online course material), Webmail (for your college emails) and My Library Account. You can access these systems under My Links.
As a student of Dundee and Angus College you are automatically provided with a college email. Your email address will be studentID@dundeeandangus.ac.uk (where studentID is your student number eg1000056).
You must use your College email account for all email correspondence with your lecturers or the College.
You should check for email correspondence on a regular basis to be sure you don’t miss important information.
Your college email account will only remain active for as long as you are a student with the college.
Access your email through the Webmail link on the dashboard of MyD&A, or by typing webmail.dundeeandangus.ac.uk into your browser.
If you have a mobile device or laptop within the College you may want to connect to eduroam – our free wireless Wi-Fi service. Eduroam is accessible at most college and university campuses throughout the UK and will give you free access to the Internet whilst you are a student at the College.
To connect to Eduroam whilst on campus, select eduroam from the WiFi options of your device. For further support download our helpful guides below.
Forgotten your ID Number?
If you have forgotten your ID number pop into any our Help Points (Arbroath, Kingsway, or Gardyne). Alternatively you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0300 123 1036.
We have a state-of-the-art Print Services Department at Gardyne Campus which offers a variety of print and finish options.
Gardyne Print Services is based on the Lower Ground Floor and is open to students between 9.30 and 16.00*. Gardyne students can take their work (paper, disc, pen) to the department and discuss their requirements with the staff, who can offer advice on obtaining best value for money.
Kingsway and Arbroath students can come to Gardyne or submit work to Print Services at the Administration Office on campus. Students pay for their work when submitted, it is then sent to Gardyne and can normally be collected within 24 hours (when it is ready will depend on the time of day it has been submitted).
*As a cross-college resource there may be times when we cannot produce copies on demand due to large print runs on the machines. In this case, students will be asked to submit their work and collect it later. We do not expect to delay the issue of work for more than 60 minutes unless in exceptional circumstances.
You cannot use credits from your account balance in Print Services, all work must be paid for in cash.
Full list of prices can be found on MyD&A.
For all your computer, mobile device, password, network and systems support contact ICT Help
email: email@example.com Tel: 01382 448888