Evacuation and Fire Alarm Procedures:

  1. Assume all fire alarms are real fires! Never ignore alarms.
  2. Stay calm and evacuate the building via the nearest safe exit. It’s important to know at least two ways to exit your building from your room in case one exit is blocked by fire.
  3. Warn others. Wake up your roommate. On your way out, use a pull station to sound the alarm if it’s not already ringing.
  4. If the hallway is smoky, crawl low in smoke.
  5. Use stairwells, not elevators.
  6. Once you are outside, STAY OUTSIDE. Move at least 50 feet away from the building to allow the fire department easy access to the building.
  7. Go to your building’s designated meeting place so you can be accounted for. Let staff know if you know someone is still inside.

IF YOU NEED EVACUATION ASSISTANCE:

Wait for the crowd to pass, and then move to an area near a safe stairwell for evacuation. (Area of Refuge). Have someone notify Campus Safety and Security of your location and stairwell address.

IF YOU ARE TRAPPED IN A ROOM:

  1. If you can, call 911 on your cell phone or Campus Safety and Security at 2311 on the Campus phone and let them know your situation and location.
  2. Keep the door closed. Seal cracks and vents with towels to prevent smoke from coming into the room.
  3. Signal out a window for help.

Prevention is key

  • Candles, fireworks, explosives, charcoal/gas grills, oil lamps, incense or any combustible device (i.e., Gasoline, benzene, flammable liquids, chemicals) or anything with an open flame is prohibited inside any campus building.
  • Smoke outside only in parking lot locations that are at least 50 feet away from the hall. Smoking is not permitted inside the Residence Halls.
  • Avoid using hot plates, George Forman grills, or any other cooking appliance in your room.
  • Never leave cooking food unattended. • Don’t hang tapestries or posters from the ceiling. • Don’t run cords for appliances, cable line, or extension cords under your rugs.
  • Know how much voltage your power strip can hold and don’t overload it. Multi-plug outlets are not permitted.
  • If you know of someone who is thinking of setting a fire, notify a staff member immediately. • Halogen lamps or other high-intensity lamps are not permitted.
  • Live-cut Christmas trees and flammable decorations, neon signs and strings of lights (including Christmas and rope lights) that do not meet URL requirements are not permitted.
  • Pulled alarms and false alarms create student apathy. Never pull an alarm as a prank.
Fire and Safety Coordinator On campus, dial 2594 | Off campus, dial 498-2594
Smoking is strictly prohibited in the residence halls. If you are found to be smoking in the residence halls, you will undergo the student conduct process and face potential expulsion from the halls. 
 
For more on the college's tobacco policy, you can view Tobacco Free OCC.

Resident Guides

All Residence Halls have full wireless coverage for student and staff use. All users will need to accept the Terms and Conditions and authenticate using their college provided username and password.

To Connect to the Residence Hall Wireless:

  1. You will see a SSID called “OCC-ResNet”
  2. Connect your wireless device to this SSID
  3. Your web browser will present a splash page with Terms and Conditions (may need to manually open browser) Please review and accept on the bottom of the page
  4. You will need to enter your College Network Credentials–username and password–for authentication
  5. Congratulations! You are connected to the Onondaga Community College ResNet Wireless Network!

Support:

When calling, the support team will NEED the following information:

Contact name, phone number and email, device type, location, nature of the problem, and MAC address of device (unique device identifier that looks like e.g. 01-23-45-67-89-ab). 

Occasionally some devices (i.e. game console, Roku, Apple TV, Alexa, Google Home) will not have a web browser or devices just won’t connect for some reason. For support and assistance with connectivity, please reach out to our wireless support team at ConvergeOne, by email ([email protected]) or by calling 844-886- 8802.

Find Your MAC Address

A MAC address is a unique alphanumeric identifier (can contain numbers 0-9 or the letters A through F). MAC addresses are often broken up into pairs using colons or dashes (e.g.12:34:56:4a:5b:6c). Note: It is critical to write down the MAC address correctly because every character is important.

Microsoft Xbox One

  1. Power on your Xbox One
  2. Navigate to the settings tile and launch Settings
  3. Select Network
  4. Select Advanced Settings
  5. The MAC address for both the Wired and Wireless interfaces should be listed

Microsoft Xbox 360

  1. Power on your Xbox 360 without a disc in the system.
  2. In the “System” area of the Xbox 360 dashboard select “Network Settings”.
  3. Select “Edit Settings”.
  4. From “Advanced Settings” select “Advanced Settings”.
  5. On this screen you will see “Wired MAC Address” followed by the MAC address of the system.

Sony PlayStation 4

  1. Power on your PS4.
  2. Navigate to the Settings icon located on the menu bar
  3. Scroll down and select System under the Settings menu
  4. Select System Information
  5. The MAC address for both the Wired and Wireless interfaces should be listed

Nintendo Wii

  1. From the Wii Channel screen, select the “Wii” button then go into “Wii Settings.”
  2. On the second page find the option “Internet” then go under “Console Information.”
  3. This screen will have a line with “USB Ethernet Adapter MAC Address” or “LAN Adapter MAC Address” or something similar.

Nintendo GameCube

  1. Remove the GameCube’s broadband adapter from the console.
  2. Printed on the underside of the adaptor is the MAC address.

Roku Device

  1. Power on your Roku device.
  2. From the home screen select “Settings”, then “About” or “Network”
  3. Locate the value next to “Wireless MAC Address”

Every residence hall room is wired for Cable TV allowing students to have access to a channel lineup consisting of popular programming such as music, sports, news, education, and entertainment.

TV Requirements: Make sure that your TV is capable of processing digital clear QAM signals.

What You’ll Need to Do:

All resident students should perform a complete channel scan using your television’s setup menu. This will allow your TV to see the new channel lineup. General TV Programming Instructions:

  • Press Menu on your remote control
  • Navigate to channel setup screen
  • Set TV to Cable, Digital Cable, or QAM mode
  • Select Auto Program option

Note: Please consult your owner’s manual for detailed instructions if needed.

3 NBC - WSTM

4 CW - WSTQ

5 CBS - WTVH

6 MNT - WNYS

7 FOX - WSYT 

8 ABC - WSYR 

9 CNN

10 HLN 

11 C-SPAN

12 C-SPAN 2

13 Bloomberg TV

14 CNBC 

15 Campus Channel 

16 MSNBC 

17 FOX News 

18 The Weather Channel 

19 ESPN 

20 ESPN2 

21 ESPNU 

22 ESPNEWS 

23 YES Network 

24 MSG 

25 MSG+ 

26 SportsNet NY 

27 Fox Sports 1 

28 BET 

29 MTV 

30 MTV2 

31 VH1 

32 A&E

33 AMC 

34 Animal Planet 

35 BBC America 

36 Bravo 

37 Comedy Central 

38 Discovery 

39 E! 

40 Food Network 

41 Freeform 

42 FX 

43 Game Show Network 

44 Hallmark Channel HD 

45 HGTV 

46 HISTORY

47 HSN 

48 Investigation Discovery 

49 Ion (East) HD 

50 Lifetime

51 LOGO 

52 NASA TV

53 National Geographic 

54 QVC HD 

55 Spike 

56 Syfy 

57 TBS 

58 TeenNick 

59 TLC 

60 TNT 

61 Travel Channel 

62 TV Land 

63 USA Network 

64 Velocity 

65 Vme 

66 AUDIENCE® HD 

67 Cartoon Network (East)

68 Cartoon Network HD(West) 

69 Disney Channel (East) 

70 Disney XD 

71 Nickelodeon (East) 

72 Church Channel 

73 TCT Network 

74 HBO East 

75 HBO West HD 

76 HBO2 East 

77 HBO2 West HD

78 HBO Signature 

79 HBO Comedy 

80 HBO Family East 

81 HBO Family West 

82 HBO Zone 

83 HBO Latino 

84 CINEMAX East

85 CINEMAX West HD 

86 MovieMAX 

87 CINEMÁX 

88 Campus Channels 

89 Campus Channels 

90 Campus Channels

91 Campus Channels