|Cable TV Information||Internet Access|
|Emergency Numbers||Fax Services|
|Service for the Deaf||Hearing/Speech Impaired Services|
|Wiring||QAM Tuner TV List|
Cable TV service is provided for every room in student housing and various academic spaces throughout the campus. Listed below are the channels provided by the Department of Telecommunications through Charter Communications. Effective March 13, 2014, all channels are provided in a ‘QAM’ digital format.
All televisions on campus must contain a QAM digital tuner to receive the channels. Older analog televisions are no longer compatible with the University’s cable TV system.Most televisions today are digital/QAM compliant, however less expensive or budget televisions may not be. To find out if your television has a QAM tuner, check the specifications in your owner's manual, or visit the manufacturer's website.
What is a clear QAM tuner and how do I know if my TV has one?
A clear QAM tuner allows your TV to tune to digital or HD channels. Most, but not all, TV’s that were made after 2006 have a clear QAM tuner built in.
You can search online by make/model of your TV or reference your TV’s owner’s manual for specific model information related to what type of tuner is present in your TV.
An example of what the manual may say if the TV has a clear QAM tuner:
“Built-in digital tuner (ATSC/Clear QAM)”, or “NTSC/QAM“
Additionally, if your TV remote has the (.) or (-) symbol button for easy tuning or is able to display channels such as 5.2 or 5-2, your TV likely has a QAM tuner.
An example of what the manual may say if the TV does NOT have a QAM tuner:
“ATSC / NTSC Tuner” (there will be no mention of QAM)
Televisions that, depending on the model, may be missing the QAM tuner:
If you are choosing one of these brands, please verify that the model has a QAM tuner. Please be advised that less expensive TVs sometimes come with a lower quality QAM tuner that may be unable to tune all of the channels. We have found this to be true on certain models of bargain brands such as Dynex, Insignia, and Sylvania.
|7||SOUTHEAST CAMPUS INFORMATION||39||HGTV HD|
|7||SOUTHEAST CINEMA||40||Nat Geo HD|
|7||Government Access||40||Food Network HD|
|7||Educational Access||41||TLC HD|
|7||Local Origination||41||Bravo HD|
|8||TBD TV||41||Esquire HD|
|8||this TV||42||E! HD|
|8||Classic TV||42||Oxygen HD|
|8||ABC HD (WSIL)||42||OWN HD|
|8||NBC HD (WPSD)||43||AXS TV|
|9||PBS WORLD||43||Lifetime HD|
|9||PBS CREATE||43||Hallmark Channel HD|
|9||Grit TV||44||TV Land HD|
|9||CBS HD (KFVS)||44||GSN HD (Gameshow Network)|
|9||PBS HD||44||Nickelodeon HD|
|10||Univision HD||45||Freeform HD|
|10||CSPAN HD||45||Disney Channel HD|
|10||WGN HD||45||Disney XD HD|
|11||QVC HD||46||WE TV HD|
|11||Home Shopping Network HD||46||Discovery Family HD|
|11||The Weather Channel HD||46||The Tennis Channel HD|
|13||WDKA - MyTV||47||Outdoor Channel HD|
|13||TCT - Independent||47||The Sportsman Channel HD|
|13||Jewelry TV||48||Hallmark Movies & Mysteries HD|
|13||PIN TV||48||Cooking Channel HD|
|23||SBN||48||ESPN Goal Line/Buzzer Beater HD|
|23||CSPAN 2||49||ESPNews HD|
|23||Trinity Broadcasting/TBN||49||ESPN U HD|
|23||EWTN||49||CBS Sports Network HD|
|24||Evine Live||50||fyi HD|
|24||Inspiration Network||50||Destination America|
|24||SEC Network||50||The Science Channel HD|
|25||FX Movie Channel HD||51||NFL Network HD|
|25||IFC (Independent Film Channel) HD||51||NFL RedZone HD|
|26||ION Television||51||Fox Business Network HD|
|26||Willow HD (Cricket sports)||52||BBC America|
|26||Hillsong Channel||52||American Hero Channel|
|27||MTV HD||52||Discovery Life|
|27||MTV 2 HD||52||ESPN Classic|
|27||SyFy HD||52||Lifetime Real Women|
|28||VH-1 HD||53||Smithsonian Channel|
|29||Lifetime Movie Network HD||54||Boomerang|
|29||AMC HD||54||Fox College Sports - Central|
|29||Turner Classic Movies HD||54||FXX|
|30||fx HD||54||Mav TV|
|30||Comedy Central HD||54||Fox Sports 2|
|30||Spike TV HD||55||Bloomberg|
|31||Fox Sports Midwest HD||55||Reelz Channel|
|31||HLN HD (Headline News)||55||Sprout|
|31||Fox Sports Midwest Plus HD||55||POP|
|32||Big Ten Network HD||56||Centric|
|32||Golf Channel HD||57||Fuse|
|33||Fox Sports 1 HD||57||DIY (Do It Yourself)|
|33||MLB Network HD||57||TV One|
|34||NBC Sports HD||58||CSPAN 3|
|34||ESPN HD||59||BET Jams|
|35||FOX News Channel HD||59||MTV Classic|
|35||Cartoon Network HD||59||BET Soul|
|36||TruTV HD||59||CMT Music|
|36||USA HD||59||Nick Jr|
|36||TNT HD||59||Teen Nick|
|37||Discovery HD||59||Nickelodeon Too|
|38||A&E HD||59||The World Network|
|38||ID (Investigation Discovery) HD||60||CW/ WQWQ/ Me TV|
|39||History Channel HD||61||NHL Network|
|39||Animal Planet HD||63||FOX HD (KBSI)|
NOTE: The actual channel numbers are in 'tiers', ie there are three different channel
50s. The three channels will show up as
50-2, 50-4, 50-6 as an example.
The actual channel number may be different on your tv depending on the brand and type of tuner that your tv has.
Example: in the Towers Lounge the Science Channel may be 50-4, but on your tv in your room it may be channel 50-5.
The Science Channel will be 50-?? everywhere on campus. We believe it will be standard on MOST tv's in the Halls, but cannot know for sure at this time.
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An on-line directory of office extensions is available at the following address:Telephone Directory.The University Printing and Duplicating Service produces a telephone directory which normally comes out in October during the fall semester. Copies of this directory are made available in the residence halls, University Center, Kent Library or are available in the Telecommunications Office.
During an emergency, students are to dial "911" or 573-651-2911 from a cell phone, which is routed to the University Department of Public Safety (DPS) which is a Commissioned Police Agency. University DPS is open 24 hours per day. Red emergency phones are located on each floor in the resident hall buildings, as well as other sites on campus.
A fax machine is located at the IT Help Desk in Memorial Hall 107 and at Information Technology in GS-1, top floor. For outbound faxes, the charge is $2 for the use of the machine plus the cost of the long distance call. For inbound faxes, the charge is 25 cents per page. These charges will be placed on the student's account and billed monthly. For questions concerning this service, please call Telecommunications at ext. 2575.
A voice user calling a hearing/speech impaired user - 1-800-735-2466
A hearing/speech impaired user calling a voice user - 1-800-735-2966
Internet access is readily available on Southeast's campus. Students can visit any of the Open Computer Labs on campus. All Open Computer Labs are equipped with networked computers, printers, scanners and current versions of software that students need for their classwork. For more information on the Open Labs visit here. Students living in residence halls can connect via wireless (Wi-Fi) or wired connections. Addionally, Wi-Fi is available in all academic and administrative buildings across campus.
Students experiencing problems or difficulties with the University telephone or cable TV systems, or connecting to the network, may contact the Information Technology Help Desk at 573.651.4357 or email@example.com. Additionally, current students may request assistance 24/hrs per day by visiting IT's Web Help Desk system.
Students have the right to keep personal information confidential. If a student chooses this option, they must fill out a form at the Dean of Students Office. Telecommunications will not give out any phone numbers for students that have this form on file.
There are two locations on campus that have Telephone Devices for the Deaf (TDD)
Counseling and Disability Services - Dearmont B1 Wing (Eastern Side), ext. 6191
University Police - 1401 N. Sprigg St., ext. 2383
Southeast Missouri State University adheres to the nationwide TIA/EIA telecommunications wiring standards and codes. In order to maintain these standards, ensure safety issues and prevent damage to university facilities, the Telecommunications Department is the only authorized unit to perform telephone, local area network (LAN), fiber optics, and cable TV wiring. If you wish to have any communication wiring performed, please contact the Telecommunications Department at ext. 2575.