Students enrolled in San Diego City, Mesa, Miramar colleges, and the College of Continuing Education receive a personal student email account.
All formal college communications will be sent to this email, including:
To setup you student email you must:
All official communication from the college will be sent to your student email. If you wish to have those emails forwarded to your personal email, you can setup auto-forwarding.
Phishing is when scammers try to trick you into giving out personal details like usernames, passwords, or credit card numbers by pretending to be someone you trust in an email or online message. Be careful: these deceitful emails might have links or attachments that can harm your data and privacy if you click on them.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a security measure that requires users to verify their identity using more than one method before accessing an account or system. Instead of just a password, users confirm their identity with another method, such as a text or phone call. This layered approach greatly enhances security, reduces the risk of data breaches, and offers protection against phishing attacks. By adding this extra step, even if a password falls into the wrong hands, the account remains safeguarded by the additional verification method, giving users increased confidence in their digital security.
Your student email offers more than just messaging. With it, you can: