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First Time Login Password Reset:
If you are logging into Alliant systems for the first time, you will have received an e-mail with instructions to reset your password.  Please select the link below for Self Service Password Reset (SSPR) instructions.
 
Expired Password:
To ensure account security, Alliant International University's password policy requires all users to change their respective passwords every 180 days . If a previously successful password no longer works to access any or all Alliant system resources, your password may have expired. Please select the link below for Self Servicen Password Reset (SSPR) instructions.
 
Forgotten Password:
If you have forgotten your password, please refer to the link below for Self Service Password Reset (SSPR) instructions.
 
 
 
 
Your username and password will provide access to Alliant's sites: myAlliant, Canvas, and Micrsoft O365 E-mail and applications.
 
For Moodle access, your password will be the same, however, your username does not use the @alliant.edu suffix.
Example: astudent NOT astudent@alliant.edu

 

MyAlliant: https://my.alliant.edu

Canvas: https://alliant.instructure.com

Office 365: https://www.office.com/

Moodle: https://elearning.alliant.edu


 
 
For assistance contact the Help Desk at (858) 635-4357, option 1 or email ithelp@alliant.edu
Please provide your Name and Student ID number.
 
 

To ensure account security, Alliant International University's password policy requires all users to change their respective passwords every 180 days.

This password change will impact the Alliant network, Email (OWA), and Moodle.

The new password must have 12 digits and contain one upper case letter, one lower case letter, one number, and one special character (i.e. &, $,*). You cannot use any of your five previous passwords.   To change your password, visit https://pwreset.alliant.edu/.

   

Your online accounts, computer files, and personal information are more secure when you use strong passwords to help protect them. For more information on strong passwords, visit

http://www.microsoft.com/security/default.aspx .

 To check your password strength, visit 

https://www.microsoft.com/security/pc-security/password-checker.aspx .