We'd like to make you familiar with the technology on our campus. Please click on the links below to familiarize yourself with the services provided by Marymount IT.
Create a Marymount Account (Students)
Reset Marymount Account Password (Students)
Marymount Logins for Students
Marymount E-Mail Addresses Changing (Septeber 10, 2013) - PLEASE READ
Password Reset (Faculty and Staff)
Print Spot Instructions/Features
Wireless Printing Instructions
Oceanview Campus Print Spot Locations
Waterfront Campus Print Spot Locations
San Pedro Residential Center Print Spot Location
Pacific View Apartments Print Spot Location
Residential Unit Information:
Router and Modem Information
Self-Troubleshooting Wireless Issues in Residential Units
MyMarymount and Student Portal:
Marymount California University's Learning Management System (LMS) can be found online at my.marymountcalifornia.edu (note: no ‘www’)
From this site, students, faculty and staff can access course content, ePortfolio and various department and committee pages, such as the library, academic advising, Learning Center, Career Services, Campus Ministry, Student and Residential Life and more.
From my.marymountcalifornia.edu students can link out to their Marymount email account, plus they can link to the Student Portal (https://estudents.marymountpv.edu) to register for classes or to view grades, financial aid and degree audit information.
In the event of any questions or log-in problems, please contact the Marymount Helpdesk:
Telephone: (310) 303-7268
Checking Grades Online
What's the Difference Between the Two?
Digital Locker Instructions
Creating A Help Desk Ticket
Email Setup for iPhones and iPads
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