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IT Services

IT Support Helpline: 501-202-7774 from 7am to 4:30pm and after hours and weekends call 501-410-7819 between the hours of 4:30pm and 10PM (7 days a week, excluding holidays).

Office Hours

7:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Monday - Friday
Email: IT@bhclr.edu

Stewart Farquhar
501-202-7774
Senior System Administrator

John Ramsay
501-202-7774
System Administrator

BHCLR IT Services provides support for student e-mail accounts, grade access, Moodle online courses, www.bhclr.edu , campus computer labs and classroom technology.

Technology Resources

  • Email Login
    Have a question about your BHCLR email account? Check out the BHCLR E-mail Info webpage to find tutorials and answers to frequently asked questions.
  • Moodle
    BHCLR’s Moodle website hosts online courses as well as online resources for the Baptist Health Medical Library. Students accessing Moodle for the first time can find instructions on how to sign-in here: http://moodle.bhclr.edu/login/index.php . When finished reading the instructions click the “Create New Account” button at the bottom of the page to create your account.
  • Campus Connect
    BHCLR has launched Campus Connect which provides students with the ability to view financial aid, billing, final course grades and other information online. Campus Connect is accessible from www.bhclr.edu by clicking on the Campus Connect link on the top right portion of the page.

    ID: Student ID number (NO "S") Example: 987654321
    PIN: Your 8-digit birth date (mmddyyyy) Example: 01011980

  • Grades
    Students can check course grades on the BHCLR website by going to the grades link on the top right portion of the page. To access, select your current instructor from the drop down list. Then enter:

    Last Name: Enter your current last name
    Password: Enter your Student ID number (NO "S") Example: 987654321

  • Free Software!
    Students are encouraged to have access to a computer that has word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software. If you do not want to purchase software such as Microsoft Office, you can download Open Office for free at www.openoffice.org . Open Office is a great alternative to Microsoft Office and provides very similar functionality found in Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint software. Students are also encouraged to have Adobe Reader installed to view PDF files. Adobe Reader is free software which can be downloaded at: http://get.adobe.com/reader