ANGEL Learning FAQ
1. How do I access Conestoga's ANGEL login page?
Conestoga's ANGEL server can be accessed from any computer connected
to the Internet by typing the following URL into your web browser's address bar:
Or click the image below:
2. What is my ANGEL login ID and password?
As of Fall 2008, ANGEL uses a login that is tied to your Student Portal account. Before you can use this login, you must initialize it through the portal:
- Log into the Portal.
- Click the Services tab.
- Click the "Login to Angel" button; ANGEL should pop up in a new window, and you should be logged into it.
NOTE: Your browser may attempt to block this popup. You will need to enable popups on the Portal for this process to work.
Once you've initialized your account through the Portal, you can thereafter log directly into ANGEL using your Student Portal login and password.
If you forget your password, use the Password Recovery Tool in the Student Portal to reset it.
3. How do I add a course to my list?
You can not add your own courses to your ANGEL account.
You must be registered in a course that is using ANGEL before it
will appear in your list. Once you are successfully enrolled in a course, it will appear on your ANGEL account the following day.
If you are missing a course please contact your
instructor or use the Tech Support Contact Form to have it added.
4. What do I need to access ANGEL?
In order to access ANGEL, you need a computer that is
connected to the Internet. You will also need a supported web browser installed on your computer.
PCs: There are two supported browsers on a Windows computer:
Macs: There is only one supported browser on a Mac computer:
- Firefox, version 3 or higher
- Safari is not compatible with ANGEL. Like Chrome, many of ANGEL's features will not work at all in Safari!
Linux: Linux is not a supported operating system. Most of ANGEL's features will work in Linux Firefox most of the time, but if you experience any problems, we won't be able to help you solve them.
If you're using an unsupported browser, please click one of the icons above to download Firefox or Internet Explorer. If you're not sure which browser you're using, open its Help menu and click "About" to see its name and version.
5. Is there any ANGEL training available for students?
The Curriculum & Educational Technology Department (CET) has created a series of short orientation tutorials for students, available in both PDF and video formats. You can find them by clicking here: