Harris-Stowe State University provides a number of services for faculty and staff both on and off campus. Below are the most commonly requested links and instructions for accessing HSSU computing resources.
ISSUE: I recieved email from faculty, staff, or another student that might contain a virus or have malicious intent?
RESOLUTION: Campus email accounts are provided by Microsoft and are generally well secured through Outlook online. If you think an email is not legitimate, the best thing to do is delete it. Feel free to report is the issue to the IT help desk (email@example.com - (314) 340-3327), and our team will investigate and take the appropriate action with the account. Be sure to provide all the details of the issue you are experiencing, but do not forward the email itself.
For MYHSSU/eLearning, go to https://live.hssu.edu/ics and enter your username and password. Your default username is the same as the username for your campus email, and your default password is hs####, where #### is the same as the last four digits of your SSN.
For MYHSSU/eLearning Instructions, log into MYHSSU/eLearning, go to the Faculty tab and Documents and Forms.
For the EXTRANET, go to http://extranet.hssu.edu/ and enter your email and Campus ID.
For the FACULTY SENATE page, click here: Faculty Senate.
For ASSISTANCE with on-campus computing issues, contact the HelpDesk at (314) 340-3327 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For WEB inquiries, email email@example.com.
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