LeTourneau University provides an educational setting that is distinctive. Emphasis is placed on high academic standards, problem-solving experiences, and spiritual development centered on our faith in Jesus Christ. By choosing to study at LETU, you have also agreed to live by certain guidelines. For more information on these guidelines, please refer to the Student Handbook.
Chapel services are held in the Belcher Chapel Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of each week from 10:50 to 11:30 am, with additional evening chapel services held at various times throughout the year.
Residence Life offers more to your university experience than providing a roof over your head and a place to study. Those within your living area may soon become like family. The family attitude is more than just personal, it is spiritual. You become bound by the unity found in Christ. As a result, we hope you will develop life-long friendships, a sense of belonging, love, and worthiness.
HOUSING PERSONNEL: If you have any problems or issues with your roommate, living arrangements, etc., you should go through the proper channels. Below is a listing of the personnel available to you.
SUMMER HOUSING: Applications are available in the Office of Student Affairs or online at www.letu.edu/reslifeforms beginning in March.
WINTER BREAK HOUSING: The campus and residence halls are CLOSED during winter break. Please plan on finding another place to stay during the break. If you need help finding housing options, please contact the International Student Advisor and/or Student Affairs.
LeTourneau University provides students, faculty, and staff with many technology services available through LetNet, the LeTourneau Network. Services are accessible from a variety of access points, including on-campus residence halls, academic locations, and remotely via the internet.
HELP DESK INFORMATION: The information Technology Help Desk provides assistance to users with problems or questions related to campus computers, networks, phone systems, and LETU services such as MyLETU Courses (Blackboard), MyFiles, Webmail, and others.
ACCOUNTS: LetNet accounts provide all students an access to LetNet resources using the same user name and password used to access the MyLETU Portal (https://my.letu.edu) during the application process.
MyLETU COURSES: MyLETU Courses (Blackboard) is an online extension of LeTourneau University courses. Every student attending LeTourneau University is automatically enrolled into course sites according to their registered schedule. Students use their LetNet account to access MyLETU Courses at https://courses.letu.edu.
E-MAIL: Every student attending LeTourneau University is automatically assigned a LeTourneau E-mail account. Faculty and Staff communicate to students via this email address. You should check your LETU email regularly. Information about email services may be found by selecting “Email/Antispam” from within the “Services” category at the Information Technology website. Please note: every student is responsible for reading their email on a regular basis and will be held accountable for official University communication sent through electronic mail, voicemail, and campus mail.
LETU CAMPUS NETWORK ACCESS: Wired Ethernet jacks are available for each residential student in each residence room. Wireless access is available to all registered students and is available in all residential locations, all academic locations, and in other areas around campus as documented on the Information Technology website. Please select “Wireless” under the “Services” category for more information.
INTERNET ACCESS: Internet access is available to students on campus via wired or wireless connections.
HOME PAGE, MY LETU WEB PORTAL, AND CALENDAR: The LETU Home page provides an up-to-date list of happenings on campus as well as announcements. Setting your browser’s home page to www.letu.edu will ensure you don’t miss any campus announcements. The MyLETU web portal provides access to specific information such as online course registration and change of information forms (my.letu.edu). The LETU campus-wide calendar can be accessed at www.letu.edu/calendar.
COMPUTER LABS: Four general‐purpose computing centers containing PC and Apple computers are available in Longview Hall. Software available in the labs includes Microsoft Office, Web browsers, and other software required for specific courses. See the Information Technology support site for current computing center hours. Help Desk technicians are available for in‐person assistance in the Longview Hall Computing Center during the evenings and weekends. Special purpose labs are located in the Glaske Center, the Education Center, and the Abbott Aviation Center. In addition, a number of computers are available for students to use for research in the Margaret Estes Library.
TELEPHONE SERVICES: There are three basic options for telephone usage:
INTERNET DEVICES AND PHONE: Please check with Information Technology regarding special devices that you would like to use beyond standard mobile devices (iPad, Android) and computers. For example LG Phones and some other Internet connected devices may not work through the security on our network.
LETU offers students numerous housing options, including dormitories, apartments, and housing for married students.
EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS:
Please save these numbers in your phone