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How do I log in to D2L?

  1. Open a supported web browser.
  2. In that browser, go to Millersville University's Logins and Services Directory: millersville.edu/logins
  3. Click or tap D2L.
  4. On the D2L login page that opens:
    If you are:
    • a Millersville University student, staff, or faculty member:
      1. Click or tap the Login button.
      2. If asked to authenticate, use your full Millersville University email address and your password.
      3. If prompted, confirm your identity using multi-factor authentication (MFA).
    • a student, staff, or faculty member from another PASSHE university:
      1. Click or tap the InCommon Login button.
      2. Click or tap into the "Enter the name of the organization you are affiliated with..." text box.
      3. Begin typing the name of your home institution.
      4. In the institution list that appears and narrows as you type, click or tap your home institution.
      5. If asked to authenticate, use the same username and password you normally use with your home institution's systems and services.
      6. If prompted, confirm your identity using multi-factor authentication (MFA).
    • a guest (your username ends in "-g") or using a student view account (your username ends in "-s"):
      1. Click or tap the Guest Login button.
      2. To authenticate, use the username you were provided and the password you set previously. If you do not remember your password, you can reset it.




Help Desk

Help Desk Contact Info

Location: Boyer Building

Phone: 717-871-7777

Email: help@millersville.edu

Classroom Hotline: 717-871-7820

After Hours D2L Help: 877-325-7778

D2L Email and Live Chat

Hours:
Call Center

  • Fall/Spring Semesters:
    • M-F 8:00am - 5:00pm EST
  • Summer Sessions:
    • M-F 8:00am - 4:00pm EST

Walk-in TAC

By Appointment Only - book an appointment

Technical Assistance Center - access via W. Frederick Street side of building


After Hours D2L Help

Email and Live Chat

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