The campus access to many campus networked systems is accessed through a Network Username and Password established at the time of hire. Your access to systems is based on job function and your manager's authorization via a Network Access Request form. And, yes, there are plenty of systems and unique login schemes at PCC. Hopefully the following will help sort it out. You can also submit a request to the HelpDesk or call (626-585-7523) or during their regular hours for help and troubleshooting login problems.
Your LancerCard ID is your key to many services at Pasadena City College.
It is required for :
Your Network Username is issued by Human Resources when you are hired. You should have completed an Staff Network Account Application at the time you competed all of your HR paperwork. Your Username is the same as your pasadena.edu email account name before the @ symbol.
Your Network Username is usually your first and middle initials and your last name.
For example: John Adam Doe - his Network Username would be: jadoe
No middle name? Use "X" in place of the middle initial.
Network Username and password is required for:
Your password protects your privacy. The password is made up of alpha numeric charachers and is used with your Network ID to provide a unique and confidential "password" to allow access to your email, faculty instructional information, online courses and other administrative systems.
You choose a password when completing the Staff Network Account Application form when hired.
If you need to change your password, you must go to Computing Services HelpDesk with your photo ID. If you believeyour password has been compromised, call the Help Desk, 626-585-7523 duuring open hours.
If you forget your password, you must go to Computing Services, HelpDesk, D112 with a photo identification to have your password reset to a password of your choice. We will not release any information about your password over the telephone.
PCC automatically creates a @pasadena.edu email account for all new employees. Your email account name was established by Human Resources on your first day of employment and the account name before the @pasadena.edu is the same as your Network ID (user name). If you did not complete the Staff NetworkAccount Application at the start of your employment, contact Human Resources. If you completed the agreement but are unsure of your account name, contact Computing Services, HelpDesk.
You will access your email either on your campus computer using Microsoft Office Outlook application, or the Web via Outlook Web Access (https://xm.pasadena.edu/exchange/ or from the Staff Services page). Login to Outlook Web Access from off campus with your full email account (firstname.lastname@example.org) and password in the pop-up dialog.
Outlook guides are found online: http://www.customguide.com/quick_references.htm
If you would like to have your pasadena.edu forwarded to a personal account, place your request with Computing Services, HelpDesk (email email@example.com using your official pasadena.edu account).
Planning and Research creates your account and password initially. The Username is your Network Username. You will set a personal password when you first login.
C & I creates your login and password (x7171).
You must contact Linda Hintzman ( firstname.lastname@example.org , x7457) for a login and password.
In order to create a profile, you must have the institution account ID and join password. You can get this information from Distance Ed, x7605. You will use the institution account ID and join password to create a new instructor account. The create an account form will ask for your name, email and you will create a password (case sensitive) and choose and answer a secret question. If you forget your password, you can retrieve (click on the link under the password field in the login box) and providing the email you used to sign up and answering the secret question.
If you feel that there has been a security break, missuse of your account, stolen account indentity or potential crime involving PCC electronic systems, you should report the incident to Police and Safety