Spoon River College’s Information Technology (IT) Department offers a variety of computer, hardware, software, online, and offline technology services and solutions for students and employees of the College.

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Services offered:

On-Campus Technology

  • Assistance logging into on-campus computers
  • Assistance logging into library computers
  • Assistance related to wifi

Online Services

Questions or input on SRC website (www.src.edu) or MySRC Portal
Questions, logging in, or assistance with:

  • MyPortal
  • MySRC
  • Gmail
  • Canvas
  • TimelyCare


What is my password?
If logging into the Portal for the first time, your password will be the first 2 letters of your first and last name–with the first of each capitalized–and the last 4 digits of your SS#. For example:
User name = john.smith
Password = JoSm1234
The first time you log in, you will be required to update your password.
Why can’t I change my password?
  • Your new password must include: both upper and lower case letters, at least one number and one special character.
  • Password must be at least 8 characters long (for students–15 for employees)
  • Password cannot include your first or last name.
  • Cannot use any of your previous 5 passwords.
How do I access the SRC Portal?
From the SRC website, click on the “My Portal Login” link at the top of the page, OR type in “sso.src.edu”, and login using your user credentials.
What applications can I access on the SRC Portal?

The following applications are available through the Portal:

  • Canvas
  • Student Gmail
  • MySRC
  • Office 365
  • TimelyCare
For additional information, download our Login Information Guide.

Tech Security Do's & Don'ts


  • Create strong passwords.
  • Change your password every 90 days.
  • Regular backups of important data.
  • Physically secure your laptop.
  • Regularly update your operating system, Web browser, and other major software, using the manufacturers’ update features.


  • Never write down your password. Especially on a Post-It note stuck to your computer!
  • Never give out your password to anyone.
  • Never leave your laptop unattended, even for a few minutes.
  • Avoid clicking links or opening attachments in emails from unknown senders.
  • Never reply to an email requesting financial or other sensitive information.