Ellucian Go - NWU Mobile App updated and available
Over the summer we have fixed and updated the Ellucian Go Mobile app. Use this from your phone or other mobile device to access Nebraska Wesleyan news, sports news, sports schedule, campus map and more. With their login students can also see their class schedule, notifications and final grades (at the end of the term). For more information visit
SECURITY ALERT: New phishing scam masquerages as link to a new voicemail message
CSIT has received a report of a new phishing scam.We do not have any indication that this particular scam is widespread.This warning is because the timing of this scam – coming during our transition to a new phone system with new features – may make it especially tempting.
SECURITY ALERT: New phishing scam to start the academic year
CSIT has received a report this evening of a new phishing scam.While this scam is not particularly well crafted, it does come during an especially busy time of year and, therefore, warrants some warning.
CSIT has received a report of a new phishing scam which targets Office 365 accounts.While not yet widespread, this is a particular concern coming at a transitional period of the academic calendar and in an environment in which we are introducing a number of significant changes.Please be alert for this phishing scam as you begin your semester.
tCSIT has received reports via contacts at University of Nebraska - Lincoln of a new email extortion scam targeting accounts within their domain. While we have not yet received reports of this scam targeting any NWU accounts, we have seen such scams in the past. It seems, therefore, an opportunity to remind everyone of another type of malicious email scam.
[NOTE: We are resending this security alert due to reports of a new wave of scam email following the same pattern. The difference between the previous messages and the current wave of messages is primarily the sender address; the more recent fraud appears to originate from a Daniel M. Schmidlin with a CentralMethodist.edu domain address.]
CSIT has received numerous reports within the past hour of a new phishing scam targeting NWU mailboxes. The volume of reports indicates that this is an extremely wide spread attack and that it has been structured to evade our email filters.