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Password Management

St. Louis Community College is partnering with LastPass to keep your online life secure, whether at work or at home.

LastPass is a password manager that makes it easy to log in to any website. LastPass secures your data and syncs to any computer. LastPass enters all of your usernames and passwords for you.

Getting Started with LastPass

You can use LastPass to keep track of your MySTLCC ID, as well as all your other online accounts. LastPass installs as an extension to your web browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge) and an app on Android and IOS devices. You can use the premium version on your mobile device to fill in account information across all apps on your smartphone or tablet.

  1. Get LastPass premium for a year by going to https://lastpass.com/partnerpremium/stlcc
  2. Enter your College email address in the first line.
  3. Enter your personal email address in the second line and click submit.
  4. Follow the instructions sent to your personal email.

Get LastPass for all your devices:

The LastPass extension will be automatically installed on all employee systems at the College for Chrome and Edge. You can begin using LastPass with 3 simple steps. If you have already activated your account, you can skip to step 2.

  1. Activate your LastPass account.

    You will receive an activation email from LastPass <do-not-reply-support@lastpass.com>

    Highlight and copy the activation code, and then click the Activate LastPass link.
    Activation Email

    When you click the link, it will take you through the College's single-sign-on and activate your LastPass account. Enter the activation code when you are prompted, and activate your account.

  2. Configure the Chrome LastPass extension.

    Open your Chrome browser if it isn't already.

    Select the menu button (3 vertical dots) in the upper right hand corner of the browser and choose "Settings".

    Chrome Settings

    Find and select "Extensions" from the left-hand side of the browser window.

    Chrome settings menu with extentions highlighted

    Enable the LastPass extension.

    LastPass extension in Chrome

    Next click the Chrome extensions menu (puzzle piece) in the upper right hand part of the browser window.

    Chrome extensions menu

    Then pin the LastPass extension on the toolbar so it is always present.

    Chrome extensions menu

  3. Sign in to LastPass

    Click the gray LastPass icon that you just pinned.

    LastPass Extension Icon

    Enter your College email address under "Email address".
    LastPass signin

    Once you finish typing your email address, the "Master password" box should disappear. Click "LOG IN" to sign in to your LastPass account. You will be temporarily redirected to the College's single-sign-on, and then your LastPass vault will appear.

That's it! LastPass will now start prompting you to remember usernames and passwords on most sites. Once you have these stored in LastPass, you can use LastPass to sign in for you.

If you have any problems while getting any of this setup, contact the IT Help Desk.

For more information on using LastPass try the following resources:

In addition to saving your passwords and automatically filling in account information, you'll be able to use:

  • Team Password Sharing: Share one or more passwords securely between coworkers.
  • Access Anywhere: Whether on a desktop, laptop, or tablet, your account is backed up and synced everywhere you need to work.
  • Linked Personal Accounts: Manage personal and work passwords by simply linking them together. And don’t worry...personal passwords are private and remain accessible only to you.

You are also encouraged to set up a personal account by going to https://lastpass.com/partnerpremium/stlcc. Keep all your personal accounts secure and private from the College in the personal version. College staff can remove or gain access to your College account. If you ever leave the College, you will be able to keep all the information in your personal account.


Frequently Asked Questions

Chances are you log in to many accounts in the course of your work. We work hard to ensure all College resources are accessible using your MySTLCC ID, but you may have other accounts with College vendors, community partners, or other outside parties. A password manager makes it easy to keep track of these accounts, and use secure, unique passwords on each one.

Many employees at the College are members of the Missouri Community College Association (MCCA). Many of MCCA's resources are only available if you are signed in to your MCCA account. You can use LastPass to securely store the username and password for this site, so that you can quickly log in without needing to enter the information yourself.

We recommend you use the personal version at home. Through the College you can obtain LastPass Premium by signing up with your personal email address at https://lastpass.com/partnerpremium/stlcc.

We will be hosting training sessions throughout the semester.

The LastPass 101 YouTube playlist has a series of short videos that explain how to use LastPass.

You can find more information at the LastPass support site.

No. As long as you have an active STLCC email address, you can continue to use LastPass Premium for free. This benefit allows 1 claim code per College email address every 12 months. When the premium upgrade is close to expiring you will be directed to sign up again from the College's LastPass sign-up page for another 12 months. If your College email address is deactivated, your premium account will be automatically switched to a free account when the subscription expires.

LastPass will automatically be installed on all College employee systems.

Get LastPass for all your personal devices:

Yes. It is easy to import accounts from the Chrome password manager, and many other password managers.

From a computer where you have LastPass installed logged in:

  1. Open up the web browser (i.e. Chrome) where LastPass is installed.
  2. Select the LastPass extension icon in the upper right.
  3. Select your account name at the bottom.
  4. Select "Advanced" and then "Import".
  5. Select where your passwords are stored, and follow the directions.

For detailed instructions, see the LastPass support article titled "How do I import passwords from other sources into LastPass?"

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