Self Service Password Reset & Multi-Factor Authentication

Our department is making it easier than ever for you to add more security to your user account. Register for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) to enable the feature.

Register here

You can complete the sign-up process using your existing credentials (username and password) that you use to login today.


Next steps

After you register, you will be able to add a safe and secure two-step verification method for your online credentials from a range of authentication options (such as phone call, text message, or mobile app notification) to access your applications. You will also be able to reset your password from the Office 365 portal.


Need help?

To learn more about this feature, follow this link to find out more:

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Go to to sign in.

You will see this message:

Click on re-enter my password:

You will be redirected to our login screen, enter your username and password:

You will be prompted to approve the sign-in:

Once approved it will bring up this screen:

To verify your email address, click verify then enter the verification code:

Once you're done with verifying your email, you will be redirected here, and have the option to change your authentication methods if necessary. Click finish and you will be logged into the portal main page.

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To reset the password if you have forgot it:

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To reset your password with the new Self-Service Password Reset system through Microsoft after you have registered.  Go to and login, navigate to the settings icon   and click the change your password link.

Enter your old password and then the new one twice.

Remember, it cannot be a password used previously or contain your first or last name.  The minimum requirements are 8 characters and it must contain 3 of the 4 options: uppercase letter, lowercase letter, number or a symbol.

Click Submit and your password is now updated.

NOTE: You will be prompted to authenticate MFA on all of your devices with the new password once the password change syncs.