- Browse to password.slu.edu
- Sign in with your SLU Net ID and default password.
- Review the requirements for a new password.
- Enter your current password in the Old password: box.
- Create a new password and enter it in the New password: and Verify Password: boxes.
- Click Change Password.
- The last step is to sign out of all applications, log off your computer and then log back in to ensure all applications recognize your new password. You will also need to update your password on personal devices that connect to SLU Net wireless and/or use SLU e-mail, such as smartphones and tablets.
- Browse to outlook.office365.com
- The initial screen will display your e-mail inbox.
- Click "Calendar" in the bottom menu bar to open your calendar.
This website (login.slu.edu) is an implementation of the open source project Central Authentication Server (CAS) from the JASIG Consortium. CAS allows multiple websites to use the implementation of a Single Sign On (SSO). The main advantage of a SSO solution is that you only have to login once. So every site that uses login.slu.edu for authentication will only ask you to login if you haven't already done so.
Yes - login.slu.edu encrypts your username and password using standard SSL technology over HTTPS. All connections behind the scenes are also encrypted between login.slu.edu and other SLU websites. In fact, because you only type your username and password in once, its actually more secure as only one server now has access to your credentials.
In addition, other websites that would like to have a secure login but don't need secure connectivity for all of the content can use login.slu.edu without having to deal with the overhead of a secure login site.