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All Students, Faculty, and Staff: Change Passwords
On Wednesday, August 13, Student Webmail addresses changed from “@ihcc.cc” to the “@stu.indianhills.edu” ending. To synchronize the passwords for this change, the passwords for WebAdvisor, MyHills, and Student WebMail were reset for ALL STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES to their seven-digit student number or employee number + “Az” at the end (for example, if your number is 0345678, your new password would be 0345678Az).
ALL STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES (Full- and Part-Time): Using the instructions above, please log in to WebAdvisor (www.indianhills.edu/webadvisor— note “Log In” link in the upper-right) and change your password (also in the upper-right menu bar), following the instructions below.
All new passwords must be between 6 and 9 characters in length, use no special characters, and contain each of the following:
- At least one uppercase letter
- At least one lowercase letter
- At least one number
If you need further assistance, first please work through the tutorial How to Log In to WebAdvisor, MyHills, and Student WebMail then contact the IT Help Desk (see contact information earlier on this page).
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Monday – Thursday: 7:15 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Sunday: 5:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
After Hours: For emergency matters only, please use the phone number provided above. For all other matters, please use or the IT Help Desk Request Form and we will respond during our regular hours of operation.
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