The Loyola community was unable to access emails, online course materials and other online resources for a few hours Feb. 24 due to an issue with the university’s internet, which is provided by AT&T, officials said.
Although the internet issues at Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus have been resolved, there’s still connectivity problems at Water Tower Campus, according to a Feb. 24 email from the university’s Information Technology Services.
After working with AT&T, internet service was partially restored at Loyola, meaning people should now have access to the websites and services run at the university’s Lake Shore Campus. This includes systems such as Loyola’s website, Loyola’s online learning platform Sakai, Loyola’s email and cloud storage system Outlook and LOCUS, Loyola’s online portal where students register for classes or make payments, among other things.
Technicians are working with AT&T to restore the internet connectivity issues remaining at Water Tower Campus, the email said.