As of Monday, Aug. 9, Seminole State College will have a new student e-mail system. The College is partnering with Microsoft to offer Live Mail, which is used by many colleges and universities to communicate with students.
The last day for students to send or receive e-mail messages at their current MyMail addresses is Aug. 8; however, they can read old messages through Dec. 22. To ease the transition, the new system is being implemented in August – at the end of the 2009-10 term.
Live Mail offers several benefits for students, including:
In addition to these benefits, each student will receive a new Live Mail e-mail address: email@example.com. Students will use their MyMail username to log into Live Mail, but they will be prompted to change their password on their first login.
Live Mail will become Seminole State’s official avenue of communication with students. All information regarding students’ academic and financial records, including messages from their professors, will be sent to their new accounts.
For more information about the College’s transition to Live Mail, visit www.seminolestate.edu/livemail.
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