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myStevens is a general web portal, located at, for people affiliated with Stevens to access campus technology services, view announcements, and keep in touch with campus life.

This is also the account used to access your Stevens Email.



Your Stevens username is assigned to you when you enter Stevens. It has a maximum of 8 characters, and takes the form of first letter of your first name and the first 7 characters of your last name. If you have a common first initial and last name, the last digit/letter of your username will be replaced with a digit incrementally. You'll see this more with certain common last names. Once you become affiliated with Stevens, you will receive a letter containing this information. You can contact the Stevens Helpdesk to verify your username if you misplaced the original letter.


Log in for the first time with the initial password provided to you by the Undergraduate or Graduate Admissions Office. It is recommended you change your password using the Password Service which can be accessed under "My Info" on the left side of the myStevens page.

If you've forgotten your password, please use the Password Service and a reset link will be sent to your non-Stevens email address. You are required to know ONE of the following:

  • Campus Wide ID
  • Stevens username
  • Social security number
  • First name, last name, and date of birth

If you have trouble, you can contact the Stevens Helpdesk. A password can only be reset for a user who contacts the Help Desk directly.

Bookmarking myStevens

If you wish to save a bookmark in your web browser for easy access to myStevens, please edit the bookmark so it points to or You will not be able to use a bookmark that points to the URL of the Shibboleth login page.

Logging Out

Please protect your Stevens account. Because the single sign-on system (Shibboleth) authenticates your entire browser session, you must fully exit your browser (all tabs, all windows) in order to log out of myStevens. There is no functional "log out" button.

For iOS devices, you must quit Mobile Safari, which is different from closing Mobile Safari.

  • To quit Mobile Safari in iOS...
    • Double-tap the Home Button to reveal your recently used Apps. Swipe up with your finger on the the Safari window until it disappears. Safari has quit.

Getting to Web for Students from myStevens

  1. Log in to myStevens
  2. Click the Student/Faculty Web Self Services button in the upper right.

myStevens Tips

  • Campus Announcements intended for students should be submitted to Student Life (e-mail
  • Submit other announcements (for Stevens staff, faculty, or for the entire Institute) to the Print Shop via e-mail to

Email Tips

To access your Stevens Email in a web browser directly through myStevens, click the Webmail icon (Under Campus Services), and then click on Inbox.

The following computer clients can be configured to manage your email:

In addition, some phones can be set up for Stevens Email using the below guides:

Faculty and Staff who have migrated over to the Microsoft Exchange should reference the below guides for directing their client to the Exchange Server.

General information about the Stevens Exchange Server can be found below along with a list of all Exchange related articles on the itwiki.

Instructors are offered a service to send a message to their class. Click on Targeted E-Mail under Campus Services.

myMail Options

Campus Services

  • myMail is where you can access Email.
  • Managing your account payment and details about billing are located under eBilling.
  • The icon for DuckBills will help you manage DuckBills at the Online Card Office.
  • Technical problems or advice can be assessed by the Help Desk by clicking on the Information Technology Help Desk link.
  • For Web Services (Including Add/Dropping Courses and Schedules), click on the Icon for Student/Faculty Web Self Services.
  • WebCampus/Moodle is where online courses and online portions of courses can be found. Click the Moodle Link.
  • Some courses offer online lectures for download, the iTunes U link is where they can be found.
  • Campus Alerting allows a user to set up if they want text alerts, email alerts to other accounts, and the sort for when alerts need to be forwarded to the campus.
  • Physical Plant Workorder allows users to queue a job to be looked at by physical plant. This link will only appear when connected to the campus network.

Searching for People and E-mail Addresses

If you are not sure of someone's e-mail address, you can search for it inside the People-Finder tool.

  • Found under Campus Quick Links, you can find the People Finder.
  • By typing their name into People Finder, you can find out their E-mail address, role and other various information.

Personal Address Book can be found under MyMail by clicking on the Address Book icon along the top.

  • Select from the Groups pane on the left of the screen.
  • This displays the directory of Stevens users.
  • You can then perform a search by clicking on search which is represented by a magnifying glass.


How do I get my Stevens account?

A: First, you need to be accepted by Stevens. Once you receive your acceptance letter, you need to submit your deposit/intent to enroll. Your account will be automatically generated at this point. You should receive a letter in the mail regarding your Stevens account.

How do I forward my email?

A: Your Stevens email can be forwarded to another email address using the Message Center. Please refer to our instructions here: How To Forward Your Email To Another Account.

What happens when I graduate?

A: After graduation, myStevens services will soon become unavailable. However if you have email forwarding set-up then that forwarding will remain for a semester. This means that emails sent to your will still be forwarded to another email address. This feature is available to allow students a year to update their web services with a different email address. Before the forwarding is removed (after the tradition semester) you will receive email warnings.

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