We are now migrating over our traditional ASA Mail server to Office 365 and Outlook. All of us here at ASA College are looking forward to a much more streamlined and enjoyable experience for you. Please don’t hesitate to discover new features and applications that have been provided to you. They will enrich your learning ability with collaboration apps and other helpful tools right at your fingertips. Having said that, please take a look below at the links & screenshots for logging into your new account.
You may start following the instructions below only AFTER 11:00pm on 03/26/2020.
1. Your username will be the same as your current ASA Email address.
2. Your password will be your current password with 2020 added to it. For example if my old password was “asaforever123”, the new password would be “asaforever1232020”.
4. When logging in for the first time, you will be asked to add your personal phone number as a way to have a backup. This is in case you forget your password. This is mandatory for not only logging on, but for your own security.
Please see screenshots below as well as training links with videos.
Proceed to Set it up now.
Enter your personal phone number to receive text messages for authentication or password resets.
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