Technology Support

Acadia University  – Technology Services

As a student at Acadia Divinity College, you have access to Acadia University’s Technology Services (TS).  This one-stop centre will provide you with the support you need for a wide variety of services including Email, Office 365, Acorn, Acadia Central,  or general hardware issues. TS also has an online store where you can purchase laptops, software and more.

902-585- 4357 (HELP)

Acadia Divinity College Technical Support

Acadia Divinity College uses a number of tech systems that are unique to our classrooms. Support for these systems is provided by the College, and not through Tech Services (TS). If you need help with zoom, classroom or audiovisual equipment, or anything on the Acadia Divinity College website, please contact the ADC’s Director of Technology.

During the 2020-2021 Academic year, as all of our classes are offered online, additional technical support is available to our students. To arrange one-on-one help, please contact the Director of Technology.


Acadia Divinity College uses Zoom for all of its online instruction. This free software allows students to join a classroom through a live video conferencing system. Students are able to see, hear and interact with the class just like every other student. You can ask questions, join the conversation, and even do presentations from anywhere!


To learn more about how to use zoom you can view these zoom tutorial videos.

Network Accounts

Upon arriving at Acadia University, all students will have access to several network accounts. These include, but are not limited to:

Your username is the last six (6) digits of your student number and the first letter of your last name.

For example Jane Smith, student number 100012345, would have a username of 012345s. Your password is the same one you use for online registration on the Registrar’s website.

Distance Library Access

All students are entitled to access the full library resource access, even from a distance. To learn about what servies are available to you, or for detailed instructions about obtaining your ASIN card, or setting up off campus access, visit

For general enquiries about services to distance students, please email

Additional Resources

You can find information on setting up your wireless internet, network printers, network drives, print credit, library access, and much more on the Technology Services website at