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Student Email

Get help setting up and managing your student email address

Getting Started

Phoenix Seminary has partnered with Microsoft to provide all Phoenix Seminary students with a Phoenix Seminary email. This email acts as their Phoenix Seminary credentials, and allows students to sign into all Phoenix Seminary systems, such as the library, the student portal, PSOnline, and the student side of all within one set of credentials. In addition, these credentials are associated with a Microsoft A1 license, which gives students access to the online version of Microsoft products like Word, PowerPoint, and OneDrive Cloud Storage. 

Lastly, these credentials give Phoenix Seminary students an official Phoenix Seminary email address. Students should review Phoenix Seminary’s student email policy located in the student handbook.

When a student is accepted, their Phoenix Seminary credentials are created and emailed to the student’s personal email address. When a student logs in for the first time, they will be prompted to enter a new password and register for multi-factor authentication (MFA).

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I access my Phoenix Seminary email?

You can access your Phoenix Seminary email by logging into and clicking on the Outlook app. Alternatively, you can add your Phoenix Seminary email to a mail application you already use like Apple Mail, Windows Mail, Outlook, or Gmail.

How do I setup a forward for my Phoenix Seminary email?

If you would like, you can setup a forward so that any emails sent to your Phoenix Seminary email are also forwarded to a personal email address. Instructions for how to do that can be found here.

How do I access Microsoft products using my Phoenix Seminary credentials?

To access your Microsoft products, navigate to, and click sign in in the top right corner. Enter your Phoenix Seminary credentials, and you will be able to access your documents in your OneDrive and the online version of Microsoft products.

What is Multi-Factor Authentication?

Multi-Factor Authentication (abbreviated MFA for short) is a cybersecurity policy where users authenticate using something they know and something they have. Usually, this takes the form of authenticating with a password and a notification to the user’s phone. This gives greater security to the account because, if a password is compromised, a bad actor still cannot log into the account because they likely do not have your phone. As a result, MFA is enforced for all Phoenix Seminary accounts.

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