What is Mountie Pass?

Mountie Pass is your single username and password to sign into many EOU services including: my.EOU Portal, Email, Webster, Canvas, and more!

Who has Mountie Pass?

If you have been accepted for admission as a degree seeking student or approved as a non-degree seeking, non-admitted student at Eastern Oregon University, or are an active staff or faculty member, you are automatically assigned a Mountie Pass and my.EOU Portal account. Also, all alumni and EOU retirees have Mountie Pass accounts for life. New students, staff & faculty should receive this information via your personal email account on file with EOU.

What is my password?

You will receive a email that is sent to your personal email account that you used to apply with. This email will include a link that you’ll click on to change your password. The requirements for creating a new password is listed here.

What if I forgot my password?

If you’ve forgotten your password and you’ve previously setup your my.EOU Portal account, use the ‘Forgot Password’ link on the my.eou.edu login form for quick password recovery using your security questions.

If you haven’t setup your my.EOU Portal account, or you’ve locked your my.EOU Portal account from too many failed logins, please contact the EOU IT Help Desk at 541-962-3111 or at helpdesk@eou.edu.

How do I change my password?

Click here for information on password changes.

What is my username?

Your Mountie Pass username will be assigned to you automatically. If you’re unsure what your Mountie Pass username is or if you didn’t receive it with your new student/employee email information, be sure to contact the EOU IT Help Desk at (541) 962-3111 or at helpdesk@eou.edu.

What is my email address?

Your e-mail address is your Mountie Pass username, followed by @eou.edu. For example, if your username was jsmith, your email address would be jsmith@eou.edu. To access your email go to gmail.com and sign in with your Mountie Pass.

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Published date: 03/23/2017 9:33PM
Last updated: 04/02/2019 7:10PM (Eastern Oregon University)
Author: Sayer Bartlett
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