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How To Log On To eMU

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The full 12-page tutorial can be found on the information page (login of eMu) and click on tutorial.
Before you can access eMU, you must be registered for a class.

If you are on the Campus Network

  1. Open your browser and go to http://emu.misericordia.edu.
  2. Enter your User ID. This is the same ID as your current email user name.
    For example, Mary Augustine is augustim (first 7 letters of last name and first initial).
  3. Enter your password, which is the initials of your first and last name plus the last four digits of your social security number (SS#).
    Mary’s password would be ma1234, assuming the last four digits of her SS# are 1234.
  4. You will then be prompted to enter a new password. Remember to write down this new password if it is one you have never used before!

If you are off campus

  1. Connect to your Internet Service Provider, such as Epix, AOL, Earthlink, etc. (If you are an AOL user, connect to AOL and minimize the AOL window. Then open Internet Explorer as your browser).
  2. Open your browser and go to http://emu.misericordia.edu.
  3. Enter your User ID. This is the same ID as your current email user name.
    For example, Mary Augustine is augustim.
  4. Enter your password, which is the initials of your first and last name plus the last four digits of your social security number (SS#).
    Mary’s password would be ma1234, assuming the last four digits of her SS# are 1234.
  5. You will then be prompted to enter a new password. Remember to write down this new password if it is one you have never used before!

Notes on eMU Email

  1. Your email address will not change.
    Using student Mary Augustine as an example, her email address is still augustim@misericordia.edu.
  2. The eMU email server is extremely powerful. In testing, we have noticed a marked improvement in accessing individual email accounts. However, please keep in mind that your experience is dependent on the speed of your computer, as well as the speed of your Internet connection.
If you need help, you can call the HelpLine at 570-674-6345, option 2.


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