Gain access to your VSU account and to resources you need to be successful in and out of the classroom.

These guides are designed for students who are not also employed by the university. If you are a student assistant, graduate assistant, or work study student, please use our employee guide instead.

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Using the username and password you set up when you were admitted into the university, you can log into the MyVSU Portal. This portal is a fully-integrated platform designed to serve the needs of VSU students by offering a single login for most VSU services along with information critical to your academic success and engagement in campus activities. The responsive design is mobile-friendly for students on the go!

If you do not know your username or password, please visit our Password Reset Tool at and select I Don't Know My Password.

The first time you access MyVSU, you will be asked to set up two-factor authentication to protect your account. We would strongly recommend utilizing the Microsoft Authenticator mobile app, as it streamlines the experience with 1-click authentication.

Valdosta State University uses the BlazeVIEW learning management system to provide the online learning environment for many VSU courses. BlazeVIEW supported courses range from web-enhanced courses where traditional face-to-face instruction is supplemented with web features such as syllabi and lecture notes, to courses that are taught completely online with no on-campus attendance requirements.

To access BlazeVIEW, click the BlazeVIEW button on the top-right corner of MyVSU. Please note that students will only see individual classes in BlazeVIEW beginning on the day the class begins. Students who add a class after the first day of classes will see their class in BlazeVIEW within 2 business days of registering.

VSU Email is hosted through Microsoft Office 365, which is an all-in-one communications and collaboration platform. Features include:

  •      Free Installation of Microsoft Office Software
  •      50 GB Email, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks
  •      1 TB OneDrive Cloud Storage
  •      MS Web Apps: Word, Excel, PPT, OneNote

You can access Office 365 by clicking the VSU Email button on the top right corner of MyVSU.


The university’s upgraded wireless network provides access to a faster and more reliable connectivity throughout the entire campus including all nine residence halls, academic and administrative buildings, auditoriums and dining spaces. Approximately 1600 access points (AP) were placed in high-density usage areas to support coverage. Additionally, advanced caching capabilities were implemented to support super-fast iOS updates and high-definition (HD) media streaming (i.e. Netflix and YouTube).

To connect, select VSU-WiFi in the list of wireless networks on your device. Then, log in with your MyVSU username and password. Specialized devices like gaming consoles may need to be registered or need settings modifications. For more information, please visit our VSU-WiFi guides.

  • Computer Labs - Valdosta State provides 95+ computer labs/classrooms across campus that houses over 2000 student-use computers.
  • Campus Printing - Each semester, students receive an allocation to utilize VSU multi-functional, card-swipe printers that feature printing, copying, and scanning.
  • Recommended Technologies - This section provides links to free software we have tested for compatibility with VSU systems and recommend for use on personal computers.

At no charge, VSU students can install the latest Microsoft Office Suite on up to five (5) personal computers and Office Mobile apps on up to five (5) peronal mobile devices. You can find instructions for getting Microsoft Office on your personal devices at Microsoft Education.

NOTICE: Current and future alumni no longer have access to Microsoft Office 365 desktop applications that can be installed on personal devices. However, users still have access to Office 365 Email, Microsoft Teams, OneDrive, and Office Online web applications.

For additional assistance, bring your device(s) to the Helpdesk located on the 2nd floor of Odum Library or contact the Solutions Center at 229.245.4357.

For information on additional campus technologies:

Visit  or  IT Frequently Asked Questions

View the Faculty and Staff Tech Guide

If you still need help, contact our award-winning Solutions Center.
  • Phone: 229-245-HELP (4357) | VoIP: HELP (4357)
  • Submit a Ticket: Technology Services Portal
  • Helpdesk Walk-up: Located at Odum Library-2nd Floor