Computing Services

Wireless Internet Access

Those registered for the International Congress on Medieval Studies have access to Western Michigan University's wireless network throughout the campus, indoors and out. Follow the instructions contained in your registration packets to log onto the WMU Guest network on your laptops and other devices.

Technical Support

Locate ICMS technical support staff in the first floor lobby of Sangren Hall for assistance with hybrid sessions or using classroom audio-visual equipment.

For assistance connecting to the wireless network, visit the Technology Help Desk for walk-in support. The Help Desk is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily in Swain Library (Sangren 2800).  Please note that there are no public computers or printers in Swain Library.

Computer Labs and Printing

Congress registrants may use the computer labs in Western Michigan University's Waldo Library upon presentation of their Congress badge and picture ID.

Congress registrants may print in reasonable quantities in the computer labs for free. Unless absolutely necessary, we encourage registrants to print in black and white.

Where's Waldo Library?

Waldo Library is a large white building with a clock tower on WMU’s Main Campus, south of Sangren Hall and the Student Center, adjacent to the University Computing Center.