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Technology on Campus 

The world, as well as the College, relies heavily on technology to function. For that reason, we have several resources available to help students navigate technology on campus. 

Your Username and Password 

NONCREDIT STUDENTS 
As part of the registration process, you will receive an email with instructions to set your permanent username and password. This is an important step as your username and password allow you to access many resources on campus. 

CREDIT STUDENTS 
Accepted students receive an acceptance letter containing a temporary username and password with instructions to set your permanent username and password. This is an important step in the enrollment process since as a Harford Community College student, your username and password allows you access to many resources on campus.

 

Students must use their login credentials to access:

OwlNet
Campus portal used by all credit students to:
 

  • Check and print your class schedule
  • Confirm or change your personal information
  • View campus news and events
  • Register for classes
  • View your grades and transcripts 

OwlMail
College email address used for all College communication. It starts with your username, and ends with @owlmail.harford.edu

Blackboard
This course management system is where instructors post assignments, syllabus, and other pertinent class material.
 

Microsoft 365
Online access to Cloud Storage, Teams, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Stream
 

ITS Help Desk  

If you need help logging in to Office 365, OwlNet, Blackboard, or a campus computer, or are having problems accessing or setting your password, you can get help by calling the ITS Help Desk: 443.412.2477, option 3 during regularly scheduled hours or by using one of our self-service access links. 

 

PROTECT YOUR HARFORD USERNAME AND PASSWORD AS THEY ALLOW ACCESS TO YOUR ACADEMIC RECORDS. Create a strong password | Logout when you are finished | Don’t save your password in internet browsers | Don’t share your credentials with other individuals | Don't use your College password for any non-College accounts.
SECURITY TIP • FROM ITS