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Each residence hall room is wired to deliver basic cable television service. The cost of the cable programming is included in the comprehensive housing fee. Students should bring their own coaxial cable to connect their television.
All University living areas are wired with Internet access capabilities. There are data jacks in all residence hall rooms on campus. Students need an Ethernet cord to complete the connection. If a student does not have his/her own computer, there is a 24-hour computer lab located in Loughran Hall with complete Internet access available for use.
E2Campus is a mass notification system that allows Marywood University staff to send time-sensitive messages to cell phones to inform the campus community of any emergency situations or if classes are cancelled due to serious weather conditions. It is free to use the e2Campus service, but standard text messaging fees will apply and vary by provider.
Students must check their Marywood University e-mail and Marywood University postal mail frequently. Important University information is distributed via e-mail and University mailboxes. Personal mail (such as letters, care packages, etc.) are also distributed through students' Marywood University mailboxes, so please be sure to check mail often.
To receive mail, the following address should be used:
2300 Adams Avenue
MU BOX #
Scranton, PA 18509
Students will be given a box number when they move into University Housing. This number should be entered in place of the "#" symbol in the above mentioned address. Due to security risks, students who lose their mailbox keys should report this information to the Office of Housing and Residence Life, located in Tony Domiano Center for Student Life during normal business hours or to Campus Safety, (570) 348-6242, at other times.
Local telephone service is provided in vending and common areas of every residence facility.