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Has Your MySJSU Password Expired?

August 27th, 2012 by Jenna

Your MySJSU ID

In March ’12, San José State changed over to using SJSUOne accounts for sign in IDs and passwords. You can use your same SJSUOne account ID and password to sign in to your SJSU gmail, your wireless account, and your MySJSU account.

Note: Your ID is the 9-digit number printed on the back of your SJSU ID card. If you do not have an ID card, go to the Bursar’s Office.

Expired Passwords

If you see a message in MySJSU that says your password has expired, you are using the wrong ID/password combination and you need to start using your SJSUOne login credentials.

If you already log into the campus wireless or campus-provided gmail, your ID and password for signing in to MySJSU is the same password you use for those 2 services. 

Activate Your Account

If you have never used SJSUOne, you need to activate your account by visiting SJSUOne Activate Your Account.

Note: If you are a student living on campus this semester, the zip code you will need to use is 95112.

Forgotten Passwords

If you know your ID and have an active account, but just forgot your password, you can get an automated password reset at SJSUOne Lost password.

2 comments

  1. I’m not able to get into mysjsu. Keep saying my password not correct I cannot able to add new one. Please advise and I need to work on my class
    rosters. Thanks, Jeannette

  2. Web Ninja says:

    If the user ID you are trying to use begins with a ‘W’, then you are using the wrong ID and password combination. Instead, try using the same ID and password that you use for logging into your SJSU gmail.

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