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Campus Status: Many offices, including Student Central, have resumed normal operations. Please call 337-475-5000 Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. and Friday 7:30-11:30 a.m. for more information.

Campus Updates

Posted By: McNeese Public Relations | Weather

Hurricane Delta will be moving into the southern Gulf of Mexico later today and its projected path has Southwest Louisiana in the potential track area. Landfall is expected Friday afternoon. The McNeese campus will close at the end of business today (5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 7) and remain closed th…Read more

Posted By: McNeese Public Relations | Weather

Mobile Hotspots All of the 500 AT&T hotspots we received today have been distributed. These were all of the devices that we could get delivered today. We will receive another shipment on Thursday and we will announce times for distribution. Faculty will pickup the hotspots at the SEED Center …Read more

Posted By: McNeese Public Relations | Weather

SEED Center Access The SEED Center is open to students and faculty for WiFi access. Starting Thursday, Oct.1, the SEED Center will be open 7 days a week from 7:30 a.m. until 9 p.m. Please enter through the main doors on the south side of the building.   Direct Links to Moodle, Banner a…Read more

Posted By: McNeese Public Relations | Weather

We continue to have issues with portal access.  IT technicians are working to resolve the problem as soon as possible. Here are alternative links. Use your McNeese login and password with these alternative links.   Link to Moodle: https://moodle2.mcneese.edu Link to Banner:  https://ba…Read more

Posted By: McNeese Public Relations | Weather

Campus Update Friday, Sept. 25, 2020 SEED Center Weekend Access The SEED Center will be open to students and faculty for WiFi access this weekend from 6:30AM-6PM. Please enter through the main doors on the south side of the building. Post Office Update Mail and packages that were in the …Read more

Posted By: McNeese Public Relations | Weather

It is very important to pay close attention to local and national weather updates for the next few days. Tropical Storm Beta is in the Gulf of Mexico and it will move slowly over the weekend toward the middle Texas coast. The National Weather Service expects this storm to bring heavy rain to our…Read more

Posted By: McNeese Public Relations | Weather

CAMPUS UPDATE WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 2020 Permanent power was restored today to the core campus. Some areas remain on generator power, but this is a significant step forward. WiFi access is working at the SEED Center and in the first floor of the Student Parking garage. Students and faculty may …Read more

Posted By: McNeese Public Relations | Weather

WiFi Hotspots for Students and Faculty WiFi is now available for students and faculty in the northwest corner ground level of the parking garage (near the Recreational Sports Complex entrance at the corner of Vernon Drive and Gayle Street). Student or employee login credentials are required as no…Read more

Posted By: McNeese Public Relations | Weather

Students (except those in the RN to BSN program) may drop classes for a full refund via Banner Self-Service through midnight Friday, September 18, 2020. Students will receive full refunds if they drop some or all classes by this deadline. Students should carefully consider their individual situat…Read more

Posted By: McNeese Public Relations | Weather

Laura Recovery Update Sept. 14, 2020 Restarting the Semester We officially restart the fall semester this Friday, Sept. 18. If you do not have stable internet access or power, do not worry about assignment deadlines. Students should contact their professors and notify them of their situation. …Read more