Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) requires users to provide more than one method of authentication when accessing WCC resources off campus. Users should add two or more methods to their Office 365 account. Users can use these methods to reset their password or authenticate when prompted. Users must have at least two methods for MFA and Password Reset.
Sign in with college email and current password (example: email@example.com).
New users will be prompted to add a MFA method the first time they log in; otherwise, select Security Info on the account overview screen to be taken to the Security Info page, and click to add method. Security method options are:
Authenticator App (available from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store)
Phone or alternate phone number (we recommend text to phone for most users)
Email address (must be an email address from outside WCC, such as a personal email address)
Select a method and follow the prompts on the screen.
If you are a new user, you will now need to select Security Info to add additional methods. If you are already on the Security Info page, click to add method and choose from the same options as above, or security questions.
You may add as many authentication methods as you like. It is recommended to always set security questions in addition to any other methods you choose, in case you lose access to any of those accounts or devices.
Users must have at least two methods for MFA and Password Reset.
The iNsider is an employee portal with links to employee resources, email, and announcements. Resources include Office 365, Self-Service, Moodle, KnowBe4 Training, Docusign, E-forms, and more. Employees should sign into the iNsider regularly for important college announcements.
The iNsider is password protected. All employees must sign in.
Office 365 is WCC’s main method of communication for both employees and students. It is more than just email: users can use the Microsoft Office applications they know, such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, as well as new applications like Planner and Teams.
Moodle is Wilkes Community College’s online learning management system. Moodle courses provide a central location for accessing online course information, such as course announcements, course syllabi, grades, activities, assignments, tests, discussion boards, and course content.