The campus is standardized on Microsoft Outlook and provides Outlook Web Access (OWA) for student access and for off-campus email access. Using OWA, users can send and receive e-mail from anywhere in the world if they have access to an Internet connection and Microsoft Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox or Google Chrome.
Faculty and Staff:
You must have a Marymount College user account to use e-mail. Faculty and staff can sign up for an account by stopping by Human Resources in the Administration Building. This is usually done during the hiring process.
All students are given an e-mail account while enrolled in the college. Your e-mail username will be the same as your network username that you use to log on to lab computers. Your password will be given to you at first day orientation. You are advised to change this password after your first login. If you are having difficulty accessing your Marymount e-mail, please contact Help Desk for assistance.
How to access e-mail
We support two methods of accessing e-mail. If you have a computer workstation that you use on a routine basis (staff or faculty) you will be using the Microsoft Outlook Client which is installed on all faculty and staff workstations across campus. Outlook provides a number of features that you may find useful and convenient. If you access your email from a public computer (Oceanside Computer Center , the Library, or one of the computer teaching labs) or if you are off campus and have an Internet connection available, you can use Outlook Web Access (OWA).
Outlook Web Access (OWA)
Outlook Web Access gives you the ability to access your Marymount email account without using the Microsoft Outlook software application. Your Marymount OWA email account can be accessed from anywhere on any computer providing that you have an internet connection. All you need is a computer with a browser such as Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome or Firefox.
Off Campus E-Mail Website:
Username: First Initial + Entire Last Name
Password: (this is your Marymount e-mail password)