After much brainstorming, deliberation and careful curation, ITCS is now ready for the full transition to Pirate Port, ECU’s successor for the OneStop web portal.
Both sites have been open for some time with students, faculty and staff providing feedback on usability and layout.
And now, effective January 2016, OneStop officially retires and Pirate Port becomes the exclusive gateway for all the administrative and business tools you now use in OneStop.
If you’ve not done so already, log in to pirateport.ecu.edu with your PirateID and passphrase. Want more of an introduction? See this super short introduction that outlines new features:
Pirate Port Introduction (2:18)
Click the Tools button to access all the ECU tools for which you have access.
Over the next two months, ITCS will finalize the transition of all tools to Pirate Port. In the meantime, you can work from either interface until January 2016, when OneStop will no longer be available.
For more information, visit the Pirate Port website. Have feedback? Contact Zach Loch, Director of Enterprise Information Systems, email@example.com.
Beginning August 1st, ECU will implement a print management system for student printing in computer labs. A yearly print quota of $25 will be attached to each student’s PirateID and distributed at the beginning of each semester as follows:
$10 – fall semester
$10 – spring semester
$5 – summer sessions
This equates to 1250 b/w copies ($0.02 per sheet) OR 250 color copies ($0.10 per sheet) and $0.10 per square foot for specialty printing. Only student accounts will be able to access printers in student computer labs (see FAQ for exceptions). There will be two ways to check a student balance:
- When a student logs in to a lab computer, a pop-up window shows the account balance and,
- If a student logs in to http://pirateprint.ecu.edu, the current balance is available along with a list of transactions and print history. You can view your print history at ecu.edu. We will not turn on the ability to add funds until August 1, 2015.
Remaining balances from fall will roll over to spring semester with any spring balance rolling over to summer. All balances are reset on August 1 with no roll over of summer quotas unless a student has added personal funds to the account using a personal credit or debit card.
Personal funds are available in the account until 1) they are used, or 2) the student leaves ECU. Once a student graduates or leaves ECU, any remaining balance is lost with no refund to the student. Students add funds with a personal debit or credit card through the http://pirateprint.ecu.edu interface. Cash options are not available.
Once a student clicks the Print button, a pop-up will provide details including the document name, number of pages and print cost. Students will have the opportunity to confirm the job before it prints. Students using plotters in special labs are charged by the square foot.
If you have questions, please contact the IT Help Desk at 328.9866 or mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org. More information can be found at the Pirate Print website.