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    New TA Tech Instructions

    August 2nd, 2022

    What’s this about?

    One of the highest priorities of Pacific College is to ensure that Teaching Assistants are equipped with all of the necessary tools to be successful. This process will aid you in becoming acquainted with our various IT Systems.

    Setting up your login and password

    Before you are able to access any of the Pacific College systems, you are required to set up a password, and provide a secondary email address or phone number. Please follow the steps below

    Step 1

    Navigate to and type in your Pacific College email address, then click the "Next" button

    Step 2

    Type the temporary password you were provided then click the "Sign in" button

    Step 3

    Next, you'll create a new password. Once done, click the "Sign in" button. Please note: your password must be at least 6 characters

    Step 4

    At this point, you’ll be prompted for additional information, click on the "Next" button

    Step 5

    From here, you will be asked to set up Multi Factor Authentication (MFA).
    PLEASE CLICK HERE for directions on how to set up your MFA.



    The StaffHub is where you can access all of the college’s online services in one convenient interface

    You can reach the StaffHub by going to 


    The StaffHub landing page is shown below



    You can access your Pacific College email from the blue “School Email” icon in the StaffHub, or by navigating to


    Once logged in, click on the “outlook” icon to access email. Upon your first login, you will be asked to select your time zone. 

    Microsoft Office

    During your employment, you will most likely need applications within the Microsoft Office suite. If you already have the suite, you need to do nothing more. However, if you don’t have it, or have an old version and would like to use the new one, click here and follow the installation instructions



    Pacific College eLearning is the name of the college’s learning management system (LMS). Pacific College eLearning is used in some fashion for all classes at the college

    Step 1

    You can reach the eLearning by clicking on the link in the StaffHub or by going to

    Step 2

    You will then be brought to the Pacific College eLearning login page. To log in, please click on the Microsoft button and log in with your Pacific College email (e.g. [email protected]) and the password you created in the above steps

    Step 3

    After logging in, you will land on your eLearning Dashboard. Scroll down to My Courses section of the dashboard to access your classes

    Just click the course name to enter the "shell"

    More Information

    If you need assistance, click the eLearning Support link that appears at the bottom of every page in the LMS to submit a ticket


    WiFi Access

    Step 1

    While on campus you can access WiFi by selecting the “PC_Faculty” WiFi

    Step 2

    After you are connected, open your web browser and you will be redirected to the sign in page.  To log in, please use just your username (e.g. jsmith). Do not use your full Pacific College email

    Step 3

    Once you log in you will be redirected to the Pacific College website letting you know it was successful


    More Information

    Please, CLICK HERE to learn more about how to contact us if you need technical support

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