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Student Email Admins

 

The link below is for sub-administrators to add & modify LAUSD student email accounts.
 

Student Email Administrator Login



If you wish to become a sub-administrator please login and  apply for Email Sub-Administrator privileges via EZ Access https://ezaccess.lausd.net/StudentEmail/.

 

 

The following scenarios represent the functionality available through the new self-service and account management application.


SCENARIO: Administrator – Download Student Roster Report
This report has more current data than the search in the console may produce (necessary for recent enrollments).The information in this report is solely for educational purposes, specifically pertaining to assisting students with account self-service.


1. Access [ http://studentsso.lausd.net/studentsso/] via internet browser.
2. Click the “Administrator log in” link (option 3). [Website transitions to next page.]
3. Log in with authorized Single Sign On (SSO) account. [Website transitions to next page.]
4. On the main console page, click on the “Reports” link at the top right. [Website transitions to next page.]
5. Enter the appropriate Cost Center Code in the first field. (You will only have access to the locations that 
    you have been authorized for).
6. Optionally, you can limit the search to specific students by entering a list of comma-separated student 
    District IDs in the second field. (This is highly recommended.)
7. Click the “Submit” button.
8. You will be prompted to download a compressed (.zip) file.
9. Locate the file on your computer and decompress it (either with a tool built into the operating system, or 
   with a free third-party utility, such as 7-zip [http://www.7-zip.org/download.html]).
10. The extracted text file is in the CSV (comma-separated-values) format, and can be opened with a 
     program such as Microsoft Excel (or an alternative, such as LibreOffice).
11. The roster will contain the most up-to-date information necessary for students to self-service their 
     accounts.
12. Click the “Close” button.

 

 


SCENARIO: Administrator – Manually Create Student Accounts
It is possible to manually create student accounts for new enrollees, if the SIS information has already 
synchronized to the console, but the student account has not yet been created.


1. Access [ https://mylogin.lausd.net/Admin/Login.aspx?go=QA_Student] via internet browser.
2. Click the “Administrator log in” link (option 3). [Website transitions to next page.]
3. Log in with authorized Single Sign On (SSO) account. [Website transitions to next page.]
4. On the main console page, click on the “Create Account” link at the top right. [Website transitions to 
    next page.]
5. Enter the appropriate District ID. (You only have access to your authorized cost center codes).
6. Click the “Go” button.
7. The screen will display the relevant student. Under the “Action” column, click the “Create” link. [A new
    window pops up.]
8. Verify the information and click the “Submit” button. [The page will display the new account username.]
9. The student can now use self-service to activate the account and select a new password.
10. Click the “Close” button.

 



SCENARIO: Administrator – Reset Student Account


1. Access [https://mylogin.lausd.net/Admin/Login.aspx?go=QA_Student] via internet browser.
2. Click the “Administrator log in” link (option 3). [Website transitions to next page.]
3. Log in with authorized Single Sign On (SSO) account. [Website transitions to next page.]
4. On the main console page, select a student attribute search option of either “Student ID”, “Email”, “First
    Name”, or “Last Name”.
5. Enter the relevant attribute as a search term, and click the “Submit” button. [Website transitions to next 
    page.]
6. Click the “Reset Password” button. (The account must be in the “ENABLED” status, otherwise, the 
    option will not appear.) [A new window pops up.]
7. The new page will display the student's Name, User ID, and Email Address.
8. Click the “Submit” button. [Website transitions to next page.]
9. The new page will display the new password, along with Name, User ID, and Email Address.
10. There is an option to either “Print” or “Close” the pop-up window.
11. Click the “Close” button.

 

 


SCENARIO: Administrator – Deactivate Student Account
(This function is used when the parent does not allow the student to use the internet or to get a District email 
account. The request has to be made with the school, and documented via the appropriate signed paper form.)


13. Access [ https://mylogin.lausd.net/Admin/Login.aspx?go=QA_Student] via internet browser.
14. Click the “Administrator log in” link (option 3). [Website transitions to next page.]
15. Log in with authorized Single Sign On (SSO) account. [Website transitions to next page.]
16. On the main console page, select a student attribute search option of either “Student ID”, “Email”, “First
     Name”, or “Last Name”.
17. Enter the relevant attribute as a search term, and click the “Submit” button. [Website transitions to next 
     page.]
18. Click the “Deactivate” button. (The account must be in the “ENABLED” status, otherwise, the option 
     will not appear.) [A new window pops up.]
19. The new page will display the student's Name, User ID, and Email Address.
20. Click the “Submit” button. [Website transitions to next page.]
21. The new page will the Name, User ID, and Email Address and a confirmation that the account was 
     disabled.
22. There is an option to either “Print” or “Close” the pop-up window.
23. Click the “Close” button.