1. Log into PantherWeb with your Student ID and password.
  2. Click on the my.palmbeachstate Email link in the My Details section on the right side of the screen.

New and readmitted students will receive their e-mail address in their Conditions of Admissions letter.

  • All students will receive an e-mail to their personal e-mail address that was provided to the College
  • Students can log into PantherWeb


Steps:

  1. Log into PantherWeb with your Student ID (or Social Security number) and password.
  2. Your address will appear in the My Details section next to my.palmbeachstate E-mail.

Your email password is your PantherWeb password. You may change this password in PantherWeb. Click on Profile from the top yellow toolbar and then Change Password.

As of June 3, 2011, your PantherWeb password will replace your student PIN number. Your PantherWeb password now must be six characters long.

If your PIN was not six characters, then you will be prompted to choose a six character password the next time you log in to PantherWeb.  Within 60 minutes, your e-mail account password will be updated. You will now have only one password for both PantherWeb and your college e-mail account.

You may reset your password from the Did you forget your Student ID or Password? link under the PantherWeb login page labeled ResetPassword page. You will need to enter your first and last name (exactly as it appears on your records), date of birth, and your Student ID number or your Social Security number.

You can also change your password after logging into PantherWeb. Click on Profile from the top yellow toolbar and then Change Password.

As of June 3, 2011 your password must be exactly six characters. This password may contain numbers, letters, or a combination of the two.

The most convenient option to access your email is via the my.palmbeachstate E-mail link found on your PantherWeb homepage, under the Quick Links section. Taking this link will open your student e-mail inbox without any further login prompts.

You may also retrieve your e-mail by navigating to https://login.microsoftonline.com.In order to access to your e-mail this way, you will need to login with your full e-mail address (@my.palmbeachstate.edu) and your six character password.

As of June 3, 2011, your my.palmbeachstate.edu e-mail password has been set to your PantherWeb password. This will remove the need to remember two different passwords for accessing PantherWeb and your college e-mail account.

If your PIN was not six characters long prior to June 3, 2011, then you will be required to select a six character password the next time you login to PantherWeb. This will allow your password to be synchronized with your college e-mail account and provide you additional security.

You may log in to PantherWeb to reset your password if needed. Within 60 minutes, your e-mail account password will be automatically updated with your new password.

As of June 3, 2011, your my.palmbeachstate.edu e-mail password has been set to your PantherWeb password. You will need to update the password stored on your mobile device(s) to restore access.

Please go to the Admissions website to contact your campus Admissions Office or contact the College Registrar's Office at panweb@palmbeachstate.edu to have your information sent to you. You may also visit Student Services in person to get your information.

No. Palm Beach State e-mail addresses are completely free for our students!

Each student who applies to Palm Beach State College, both credit and non-credit, as well as currently or previously enrolled students will be assigned an e-mail address.
50GB of space is available in your mailbox.
Yes, there is a 20 MB attachment size limit in place

Your assigned e-mail address cannot be changed unless you have legally changed your name. Visit the website to change your name in the system and also your e-mail address. Print the Address or Name Change Request form and submit it with the required documentation to the Admissions office.

If you use the Address or Name Change Request form to generate a new e-mail address, then you will be able to continue to access your e-mail from the link provided on your PantherWeb home page as you normally would.

When logging into your e-mail via https://login.microsoftonline.com, please stop using the old e-mail address to sign in, and begin using the new one. If there is any important information stored in your previous e-mail account, you should move it to your new account as soon as it becomes available. Your previous account may become inactive or purged.

Yes, you can. Palm Beach State imposes no restrictions on this; however, we do offer a word of caution. There are potential issues that can arise when using forwarding services. For example, the service you forward your e-mails to may see college e-mails as SPAM, which may cause issues with getting your e-mail

Signing in directly to your student e-mail mailbox is strongly suggested as it prevents issues with getting all of your messages and gives you access to the other great services provided to you (such as Office online and your SkyDrive).

Yes, your account will remain active as long as you need it. If you do not log in to your account for an extended period of time, your account may become inactive or purged.

Homework assignments will depend on your instructor, however all official college communication will be delivered to this account. Contact your instructor for more information. Students using Blackboard will still need to use Blackboard as their communication system.

Palm Beach State College makes every effort to protect the privacy of its students. There is no global address book or directory where a student can look up another student's e-mail address.

No. All of the Web-based services included in your Palm Beach State e-mail can be accessed from Windows, Mac, or Linux using Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and other browsers.

The college uses e-mail as an official means of communication with students. The college will send important information, notices, and student updates to your e-mail account. Also, your professor may use it for course communication.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The College does not provide support for Mail Enabled Cell Phones. The following link is provided as a matter of courtesy. Palm Beach State College assumes no liability for use of this information. Visit the Microsoft Outlook Web App Help page for setting up various mobile devices.

If you need additional assistance, please contact the Student IT Help Desk at StudentHelpdesk@palmbeachstate.edu or call the Student IT Help Desk at (561) 868-4000.

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