Tech Help and How To’s



TechCentral provides easy access to college applications from a single location. Applications include: Office 365 & Email, Navigate, LinkedIn Learning and more.

USERNAME: 8-digit Student ID #

PASSWORD: Your Campus Computer/LTC Network Login Password

For detailed Campus Computer/LTC Network login and password information, see below.

To get started using TechCentral:

  1. Students: watch this video on how to set up your TechCentral account: TechCentral setup video
  2. Download the TechCentral Setup Instructions
  3. Follow step-by-step procedure to setup your recovery account.
  4. Login to TechCentral.

If you have questions or need assistance with TechCentral setup, please contact the LTC Help Desk.

Basic Technology Tips & Resources

Use the preferred browser if an application mentions one.

Never give out your LTC passwords to others, protect your online safety and security,

Check email, Blackboard, and Navigate often (at least once or twice a week!) – this is how your Instructors and the College communicates important information.

View these help documents:



Use Blackboard to complete the Student Success Tutorial, access course content and resources (syllabus, Learning Plans, and assignments), participate in class, submit assignments, check grades, and engage in student communities.

Please use Google Chrome for Blackboard

  • USERNAME: Email Address
  • PASSWORD: Your Email Password

View these help documents:

Campus Computer / LTC Network Login

Username: Student ID#
Initial password: First two letters of first name,
First two letters of last name, and last 4 of SSN#
(or last 4 of Student ID#, if SSN# not provided) x 2
Ex: Josm1234Josm1234 (case sensitive)

At first login, you will be required to create a new password based on the following criteria:

  • 15 characters
  • An uppercase letter
  • A lowercase letter
  • A number (0-9)
  • Cannot use first/last name, or prior password

This is your password for TechCentral, Blackboard, campus computers, LTC Email (Office 365), library databases, & Navigate; if you change one of these passwords, you change them all.



MyLTC is where you register for classes, view schedule and grades, complete To Dos, print unofficial transcript, accept your financial aid, pay tuition, & more

  • USERNAME: Student ID#
  • PASSWORD: You create at first log in. Click “MyLTC Password Assistance.”

View these help documents:

Office 365 & Email

Access Student Email and Office 365 apps such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneDrive, Teams, Calendar

  • EMAIL ADDRESS: Last name + last 5 digits of Student
  • INITIAL PASSWORD: First 2 letters of first name, first 2 letters of last name, last 4 digits of SSN (or last 4 digits of Student ID# if SSN not provided). At first login, you will be required to change your password.

Check your LTC Email regularly to stay up to date on events, college news, resources, and communication from your Instructors.

There are free downloadable apps for most Microsoft apps, like Outlook, Teams, Word, and more!

View these help documents:


Navigate (For Students)


Use Navigate to schedule appointments with advisors, academic support or for career assistance, library research help, or other resource sessions. View important dates and reminders, and receive Early Alert notifications, view text messages or communication history.

For best results open Navigate in Google Chrome. Navigate is not optimized for Internet Explorer and this may lead to usability issues.

  • USERNAME: Student ID#
  • PASSWORD: Campus Computer/LTC Network Password


Password Reset Tool


For your convenience, the Technology Help Desk also has a password reset tool to change your password instantly, 24/7.

View these help documents:

Technology Help Desk

The Technology Help Desk is available for students Monday through Friday to help with LTC technology issues.

Ways to contact the Helpdesk:

Ticket: Submit a ticket online via the LTC Technology Help Desk Portal.
Instructions for submitting an online ticket (.PDF)
Phone: 920.693.1767
When submitting issues via email, please include a phone number that we may contact you at.
Hours: Monday – Thursday 7 AM - 7:30 PM
Friday 7:00 AM - 4 PM

Broadband Speed Testing

Help Improve Internet Speed Across Wisconsin

Learn More

To help improve internet speeds across Wisconsin, the Department of Public Instruction is teaming up with Measurement Lab, a non-profit broadband advocacy organization, to test home internet connection speeds. You can help out by testing your home internet speed with Measurement Lab’s broadband speed test. All it takes is three clicks – it’s that easy.

Why Is This Important?
The data will give the Governor’s Task Force on Broadband Access (and other broadband task groups) the information they need to target improvements where internet speeds and performance are poor.

Your Input Is Critical
In order to get an accurate picture of the state, we need a lot of accurate data. That’s where you come in. The more people take the broadband internet speed test, the clearer picture we can get of where internet speeds need the most help.

To Get Started:
1.    Click on the link below to the Measurement Lab broadband speed test.
2.    Agree to the Data Policy.
3.    Click “Begin” to start the test.
4.    Consider running the test multiple times, at different times of day, as your internet speed can often vary throughout the day.

Thank you for your help in improving internet speeds in our community!

Measurement Lab speed test link: