MSC Southeast

Don't get locked out!

Locked LaptopSoutheast Technical converted to StarID overnight on April 23. This change affects how you log into:

  • Campus Computers
  • E-mail
  • D2L
  • e-Services site (Southeast Technical Student Login)

After the conversion you can only use your StarID and password to access all of these systems. You can take care of this by claiming your Star ID NOW.


What do you need to do? Claim your StarID! 

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DO IT RIGHT NOW it only takes a couple of minutes!


  • You already have a StarID created for you, but you need to claim and activate your StarID and set your password. 
  • Your StarID is different from your TechID. StarID is two letters, four numbers, and two more letters, like "ab1234cd." 
  • Get your StarID and password, keep a record of them in a safe place, and be ready to use them in late April. 



If you already have your StarID and password – even if you got it on a different MnSCU campus – you’re all set.



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