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Accessing the Morehouse Student Portal
With your Morehouse student identification number (“M Number”) and official Morehouse email address you can use these credentials to log into your personal Morehouse College “MyPortal” account (called Okta), or to check information related to financial aid, student accounts, bill payment, and more. Lastly, be sure to submit your enrollment deposit by logging into your Admission Portal.
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Accessing the Morehouse MyPortal
- Click https://bit.ly/2U8UH5y 0r type it into your browser.
- Create a new and unique password. You’ll first receive an initial password, and then you can change it to something you can remember.
- You should then be able to access your MyPortal account at https://myportal.morehouse.edu. Type in your username (firstname.lastname) without the “@morehouse.edu.” When you type in your initial password, please make sure you use the “#” followed by the number.
- You may also be asked to set up “multifactor authentication,” which is just a way to protect your information by verifying that it is really you who is trying to access your account.
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