Student Technology Introduction

Welcome to Eastern Oregon University!

Inlow fall as student entersNow that you’re a new student at EOU, you will be assigned a EOU Mountie Pass account that gives you access to services like EOU e-mail, campus wireless internet, Webster, Canvas, etc.  You should received this information to the personal email account you list in the application when applying for EOU. If you haven’t received an email with this information, please contact the EOU IT Help Desk at (541) 962-3111 or at helpdesk@eou.edu so we can assist you with this.

 

 

 

Mountie-Pass Information

Access your EOU e-mail, campus wireless, Webster and Canvas accounts with the same username and password. Mountie Pass is your one-stop shop for updating them all at once!

Mountie-Pass Username: Your Mountie-Pass username will be assigned to you automatically. The username is the part before the ‘@’ symbol in your email address. If you’re unsure what your Mountie-Pass username is or if you didn’t receive it to your email account information, be sure to contact the EOU IT Help Desk at (541) 962-3111 or at helpdesk@eou.edu.

Mountie-Pass E-mail: Your Mountie-Pass email will be your automatically assigned Mountie-Pass username with “@eou.edu” at the end of it. For example: If your name is Monty Mountaineer, then your email address would be: mmountaineer@eou.edu. If you’re unsure what your Mountie-Pass email is or if you didn’t receive it to your personal email account, be sure to contact the EOU IT Help Desk at (541) 962-3111 or at helpdesk@eou.edu.

Mountie-Pass Password: The default Mountie-Pass password is your capital first initial followed by your lowercase last initial and birthday in the format: yy/mm/dd. For example: If your name is Monty Mountaineer and your birthday is June 21, 1994 your password will look like: Mm94/06/21 It’s recommended you change your Mountie-Pass password to something other than the default by using the reset website: support.eou.edu. Be sure to visit this site each and every time you need to update your Mountie-Pass password.

 

Accessing EOU E-mail

Check and respond to messages regularly – even before classes begin – so you don’t miss a thing. Go to gmail.eou.edu or gmail.com, enter your Mountie Pass e-mail address and password (see the Mountie Pass section above).

 

Accessing Webster

EOU’s student portal to view and update your personal information, add or drop courses, view academic records and financial aid, and find out who your academic advisor is. Go to eou.edu/it/webster, click the Webster button on the page, enter your Mountie Pass username and password (see the Mountie Pass section above).

 

Accessing Blackboard at EOU

After registering for class, you should be able to access Blackboard the following business day at http://blackboard.eou.edu. Your Blackboard username is your Mountie-Pass Username (see the Mountie Pass section above) and your password is your birthday in the format: YYMMDD. Please be aware that not all instructors use Blackboard and your course(s) may not be visible until the first day of class. You can learn more about Blackboard by visiting this site: http://www.eou.edu/bb.

Please note that EOU will dis-continue using Blackboard and move to Canvas by Fall Term 2015.

Accessing Canvas at EOU

After registering for class, you should be able to access Canvas two weeks prior to the start of the term you’re enrolled in at https://eou.instructure.com/login. Your Canvas username is your Mountie-Pass E-mail  (see the Mountie Pass section above) and your default password will be your Mountie-Pass password (see the Mountie Pass section above). You can learn more about Canvas by visiting this site: http://www.eou.edu/lms.

Please note that EOU has just started using Canvas and EOU faculty are in the process of moving all of their courses to Canvas by Fall Term 2015. Your instructor will inform you where your online course will reside during the 2014-15 school year.

Please visit the new student checklist on our Admissions page by clicking here!

For more information on additional Student Technical Resources, please click here.

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