MSC Southeast

StarID

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To login to MSC Southeast and Minnesota State colleges and universities system accounts and services, you will need a StarID.
Having this ID will allow you to use the same login and password to get into these resources:

  • Student email
  • eServices (MSC Southeast Student Login)
  • Classroom and lab computers
  • D2L Brightspace

StarID is used throughout the Minnesota State system. Your StarID and password remains the same, even across (most) Minnesota State institutions.

Remember, most access issues can be solved by changing your StarID password. If you continue to have problems, please contact the Helpdesk (507.453.2408) helpdesk@southeastmn.edu.

Test My StarID

Use your StarID today!

If you have been accepted to MSC Southeast, you already have a StarID. Activating your StarID is easy! Simply visit the the StarID Self Service page and activate your StarID and set your password.

 

 


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WINONA CAMPUS | 1250 Homer Road | Winona, MN 55987 | 507-453-2700

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