KSU D2L Login

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KSU D2L is a learning management system which is used to plan, implement, and assess a specific learning process. By the way, how to login to D2L KSU? To get that answer, let us read this article until the end.

How to login to D2L KSU?

Here is an easy step to login to D2L KSU:

  • At the first step, you have to enter your email address
  • After that, you have to enter your password.
  • Please ensure that you enter your email address and password correctly so that you will be able to login to D2L KSU successfully.
  • The last step, you only need to click at sign in button.

KSU D2L Login

For note: Please use your primary E-mail address to login.

To change or reset your password, you are able to visit this link: https://netid.kennesaw.edu/itim/self/Login/Logon.do. This is a Kennesaw State University information system, the usage of which is governed by University System of Georgia and KSU Policies and Procedures. An unauthorized access is prohibited.

NetID Password

NetID is your login for access to campus resources. NetID is utilized to access D2L Brightspace, email, Owl Express, and other campus computing resources.

Initially, your NetID password is your KSU ID number and KSU. For example: 000123456.KSU. Warning: KSU is capitalized. After your account is activated, your password is going to be valid for 365 days after the activation date.

Changing your NetID Password

You might receive an email notice stating that your password expires soon. Now, you have to read this essential information. Then, log into the NetID site, and click “Change Password”. Before you change your password, you have to set mobile devices to airplane mode and log out of Outlook.

Password Requirements:

  • No Previous 5 passwords.
  • Cannot contain name, NetID, KSU ID Number, and Social Security Number.
  • Minimum of 12 characters.
  • At least one letter.
  • At least one number
  • At least one special characters: . _ ! + – |

Updating Passwords on Mobile Device Email

Before you change your NetID password, you have to set your mobile devices to Airplane mode to prevent getting locked out of your accounts.

For iPhone/iPad

To set Airplane Mode:

  • Firstly, you have to tap Settings.
  • Then, switch Airplane Mode to On setting.

To change Password:

  • Firstly, tap Settings.
  • Then, tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
  • After that, you have to find your KSU Email account and choose it.
  • Next, tap the field labeled Account.
  • Please update the password.
  • Please tap Done to close the Account window.
  • Please tap Done to close the KSU email window.
  • Now, you are able to return to Airplane Mode and switch to Off.
  • Please enter your new password when asked to re-connect to the KSU WiFi

For note: Updating your NetID password will not affect your Apple ID passwords, or third-party service passwords (GMail, Dropbox, etc.). Therefore, you do not need to change any of your iCloud, iTunes, or App Store passwords.

For Android

To set Airplane Mode:

  • Firstly, hold down the power button.
  • After that, tap Airplane Mode.
  • Then, tap OK to confirm, if asked.

To change password:

  • Firstly, tap Settings.
  • Then, tap Accounts.
  • Find your KSU email account.
  • Please update the password.
  • Next, return to Airplane Mode and switch to Off.
  • Please reconnect to KSU WiFi with new password.

To update password:

  • Firstly, tap Settings.
  • After that, tap Microsoft Exchange Active Sync under Accounts.
  • Then, tap Settings.
  • Now, you have to find and tap your KSU email account.
  • Please scroll down and tap Exchange Server Settings.
  • Please update the password.
  • You are able to return to Airplane Mode by holding down the power button and switch to Off.
  • Next, tap Done.
  • Please reconnect to KSU WiFi with new password.

For Windows Phone

To set Airplane Mode:

  • Firstly, you have to open the App list.
  • Then, click Settings
  • Please choose Airplane Mode – change status to On.

To change Password:

  • Firstly, open the App list.
  • After that, click Settings.
  • Then, you are able to click Email+accounts.
  • Please choose your KSU email account.
  • Please update the password and save.
  • Lastly, return to Airplane Mode and switch to Off.

What should you do after your NetID password changes?

Probably, you have software on your computer that stores your NetID password to access many services. Once you change your NetID password, you have to update any stored NetID password to reflect the new password and also to avoid being locked out of your account.

Access your KSUmail

In addition, here we will also talk about KSUmail. For your information, KSUmail is the email and calendaring solution for the students, staff and faculty. To access your KSUmail, you are able to go to ksumail.kennesaw.edu.

The KSUmail service gives the University with industry standard email, calendar and appointment sharing, a unified directory, and other important features, including:

  • Large inbox size

Faculty and Staff utilizing KSUmail have a 50GB inbox size.

  • Office 365

Microsoft Office 365, a Microsoft’s suite of online enabled productivity applications, launched to the campus alongside the new email service. KSUmail displays helpful integrations with Office products.

  • OneDrive

An Office 365 includes access to OneDrive cloud storage and file sharing.

  • Collaboration

The students, faculty, and staff can easily share calendars, appointments, and folders through KSUmail’s unified address book.

About KSU (Kennesaw State University)

Kennesaw State University (KSU) offers more than 150 graduate, undergraduate, and doctoral degrees to its more than 41,000 students. With 11 colleges on 2 metro Atlanta campuses, Kennesaw State University (KSU) is a member of the University System of Georgia and the second-biggest university in the state. The university’s vibrant culture, diverse population, strong global ties and also entrepreneurial spirit draw the students from throughout the region. Kennesaw State University (KSU) is a Carnegie-designated doctoral research institution (R2), placing it among an elite group of only 6 percent of United States colleges and universities with an R1 or R2 status.

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