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Using your student e-mail account


How do I find out what my username and e-mail address is?

If you do not know your Username or Email go to our Find My Username and Email page. You will need your first name, last name, your date of birth or your student ID.

How do I access my BC E-mail Account?

When you are on the BC web site, you can access your e-mail as follows:

      From the home page:

  1.  Click on Login
  2.  Enter your username – ex.
  3.  Enter Password
  4. Select the Outlook Email Tile

     From MyBC

  1. Click on Login
  2.  Enter your username – ex.
  3.  Enter Password
  4. Under Quick Links: Click on E-mail and More or Click on the word Institutional email on the right-hand side under my Details
  5. Then you will be taken directly into your email account

What is my password?

As a new student your initial password is the one you created upon completion of your application.

How do I reset my password if I do not know my password?

If you do not know your BC password

Step 1. Go to the BC One Access Login Page

Step 2. Click on FORGOT PASSWORD.

Step 3. Type in your BC Username or BC Email address, Click Continue

Step 4. Once you select Continue, you will see the message below that shows part of the personal email address that the reset notification will be sent to.

Step 5. You will receive and email to the personal email address.

Example of the email:

Step 6. Click on, Click here to reset your password

Type in your new password, Click submit

Step 7. Once your new password has been submitted, you will be directed to the BC One Access login page, use your username or email address and your new password to log in. You will be logged into your Broward College One Access home screen with access to your application tiles.

Success!!! You are now logged in to your BC Resources.


What is OneDrive and How do I access it?

OneDrive gives you access to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote in your browser with OneDrive and free Office Web Apps. Multiple people in different places can work on the same document, at the same time. Share only the documents that you choose, with whomever you choose, and set the rest to remain private.

You've got access to everything on your OneDrive, your personal cloud, wherever you are. Your photos, documents, and other important files are available to you on your phone, tablet, PC, or Mac. In short, your stuff and your info are not limited to any single PC or device.

If you're signed into a Microsoft account, you can view all your photos and files, edit and share Office documents, or share with whomever you choose. Plus, stuff like your background, your display, and your settings roam with you.

  1. Go to your Broward College Email in BC One Access
  2. Your username and password will be your Broward College email login information and password ex.
  3. Click on the waffle at the top left of the screen, select OneDrive.

What is the mailbox size limit?

The mailbox size limit is 50 GB. 

Is there an attachment size limit?

The maximum message size is 100MB, which is the total of all message text plus all attachments.

Can I forward my Broward College e-mail to a personal e-mail address?

Yes, log into your Broward College email and click on “SettingsSettings”. At the top right-hand side under the search box type "Forwarding".


Click on “Enable Forwarding” type in the email address that you wish to forward your emails to, and then click “Save

To turn off automatic forwarding in Outlook

log into your Broward College email and click on “SettingsSettings”. At the top right-hand side under the search box type "Forwarding".

Click on “Enable Forwarding” and remove the check mark.

What browser should I use?

The Broward College web applications are optimized for use on the Firefox and Google Chrome.

What will the college use my Broward College e-mail address for?

The college will use your email to send out important dates, Financial Aid information, Emergency Alerts and other Broward College announcements. Your BC instructors use email to communicate with their students.



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