All CPTC students are provided with an Office 365 account and an Outlook email address, which they can use to access online Microsoft applications like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and OneDrive and receive vital college correspondence.
This article covers all you need to know about using the email system, including who is eligible for the CPTC student email, how to set up the account, and much more; carefully read through.
Table of contents
- What Is The CPTC School Email Address?
- How Do I Get My CPTC Student Email Address?
- How Do I Access My CPTC Student Email Address?
- What Can I Do With CPTC Email?
- How Can I Login To My CPTC Email?
- Step 3: Check your CPTC email every day!
- How Do I Change My CPTC Email Password
- What Should I Do If I Forget My Password?
- Do CPTC Students Keep Their Email After Graduation?
- How Do I Download Microsoft Office 365 For CPTC Email?
- Who Is Powering CPTC School Email?
- How Can I Get In Touch With Clover Park Technical college?
- How To Send A Lecturer An Email: Simple School Email Etiquettes
What Is The CPTC School Email Address?
Every CPTC student who registers receives a student email address. Students are given this email address since they cannot use their accounts to communicate with the college’s administration, lecturers, professors, etc.
They must use their corporate email account only for work-related and official purposes.
Your email username and password are determined by your last name and student ID, and your default password is defined by your birthdate.
How Do I Get My CPTC Student Email Address?
Your student email account at Clover Park Technical College (CPTC) is immediately created and supplied to your email address with full access (that you provided the University during the admission process).
If you are a new student, your current CPTC student email address will be ready within 24 hours after you have enrolled in CPTC for-credit courses.
How Do I Access My CPTC Student Email Address?
Here’s an outline of how to access your CPTC student email:
- Visit https://outlook.office.com; you can access your CPTC Student Email. In the top right corner of the CPTC website, under the heading “Email,” is another place to find this link.
- With the Microsoft Outlook program installed on your computer, you can access your CPTC Student Email. Downloading Outlook is as simple as going to https://office.com, clicking Install Office, and following the directions.
- Download the Microsoft Outlook app for your phone at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/outlook-mobile-for-android-and-ios to access your CPTC Student Email from your phone.
- To set up your smartphone to access your CPTC student email account, visit Microsoft’s Outlook download page and follow the instructions.
What Can I Do With CPTC Email?
Your student email is vital for the institution to communicate with students about campus closures, deadlines, scholarship opportunities, and upcoming activities. Please keep an eye on your student email!
Following the approval of your application, your student email will be immediately created and controlled using Microsoft Office 365 at https://outlook.office.com/.
You may want to see How to Write an Email to a Professor
How Can I Login To My CPTC Email?
Let’s take a look at the step-by-step process of logging into your CPTC email,
For Students starting CPTC classes in the Summer or Fall
Your first initial, last name, and the first 1 or 2 of your ctcLink ID, followed by @students.cptc.edu, should be your username.
- Example: student Primrose Kimberly with ctcLink ID 212345678: firstname.lastname@example.org
Default Password: Your birthday serves as the default password and is formatted as follows: cptcddMmmyyyy
- Example: if you were born on June 8, 2000, your default password would be cptc08Jun2000
Security Setup: For account security purposes, you will be prompted for a cell phone number when you first log into your account.
Username: your last name and the last four digits of your old student ID (beginning with a 9 or 8), followed by @students.cptc.edu
- For example, student Katniss Notes with old ID 975123456: email@example.com.
Default Password: Your default password is based on your birthdate, in this format: cptcddMmmyyyy
- Example: if you were born on June 8, 1999, your default password would be cptc08Jun1999
Security Setup: The first time you log into your account, you will be asked to give a cell phone number for account security.
Change your password straight away to avoid account misuse. You are expected to update your password every 120 days.
- Visit CPTC email inbox.
- Input your username/initials in the top right-hand corner.
- Hit the “View Account” button.
- Look for the Password button and select “Change Password.”
- Input your current and new passwords. Your new password must be at least ten characters, with small capital letters, and at least one number or unique character.
- Click the “Submit” button.
You can reset your password anytime from anywhere you have internet access. If you forget your password, you can recover it by going to https://passwordreset.microsoftonline.com/ and following the Password Recovery process.
If you need assistance, please contact the Computer Lab in the Learning Resource Center (Bldg 15) between 7:30 am – 4:30 pm, Monday-Friday, or contact us at 253-589-5820 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
How Do I Change My CPTC Email Password
You can change your password anytime you like, and make sure it’s safe by combining letters and numbers. How to modify your password is as follows:
- Log in to your Office 365 email account at https://outlook.office.com.
- Check your CPTC email inbox.
- Enter your username/initials in the top right-hand corner.
- Click the button “View Account.”
- Click “Password.”
- Enter your current and new passwords. Your new password must be at least ten characters, with small capital letters, and at least one number or unique character.
- Click “Submit.”
If you have password problems, please get in touch with the Learning Resource Center computer lab at 253-589-5820 or email@example.com (Monday through Friday from 7:30 am-4:00 pm).
What Should I Do If I Forget My Password?
You can change your password by going to https://passwordreset.microsoftonline.com and following the Password Recovery process.
You can visit the Computer Lab in Building 15 from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday, if you need help with this procedure. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 253-589-5820 to request remote assistance.
Do CPTC Students Keep Their Email After Graduation?
Your student email will remain functional during the 365 days following your final day of classes at CPTC.
How Do I Download Microsoft Office 365 For CPTC Email?
To access Office 365, sign in to your Cptc Email account. By selecting the app’s icon in the top right corner, Office 365 can be selected.
- Opt for “Install Office Apps”
- The drop-down selection should say “Office 365 apps” Select that.
- It will download your setup.exe.
Who Is Powering CPTC School Email?
The system that powers Cptc School Email is Office 365. The mailroom handles all incoming and outgoing mail for the university community.
Can I send my student email to another account?
Email from CPTC students may not be forwarded to another account. The College uses email to communicate essential information to all students. Check your student email frequently to avoid missing out on these developments!
How Can I Get In Touch With Clover Park Technical college?
- For general admissions inquiries: email@example.com
- For assistance with VA education benefits: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For help with admissions, registration, student records, and transcripts: email@example.com
- For help with financial aid, work-study, and loans: firstname.lastname@example.org
How To Send A Lecturer An Email: Simple School Email Etiquettes
Students of CPTC who wish to send an email to their lecturer must abide by the following tips:
1. Use a clear subject line
Many students need email subject line assistance. The worst possible scenario is leaving the subject line blank. Getting your professor’s attention is easy and practical by just expressing something basic, like the course title and a brief description of your question or request.
2. Address them with courtesy
Address instructors by their academic status unless they specifically ask that you use their first name. You can always examine the course syllabus or conduct an online search for their faculty profile if you need to know their precise position or title.
In most cases, use “Professor” or “Prof.” before their last name. Never address them as “Assistant Professor Fernandez” or any other official title. Any professional academic appointment is best described as a “professor,” a great umbrella phrase.
2. Immediately state the purpose of your email
A “How are you today?” salutation at the beginning of an email may seem kind. This, however, could be a waste of time when a professor’s email is full. Please describe why you email them in the first or second line instead. The simple explanation, “I won’t be attending BIO 102 this Friday due to a family emergency,” is clear.
3. If you need to meet in person, provide 3-5 meeting times
Professors frequently get emails from students asking ambiguous questions like, “Can we meet to discuss the assignment?”
Make sure you’re aware of the instructor’s office hours beforehand. Send the instructor a brief email to confirm your attendance if you can meet within those hours.
Please indicate at least three times in your email when you are available if you cannot meet during regular office hours if the teacher is already booked. Make sure that these time slots are at decent hours on various days and that the windows are big enough for the instructor to speak with you.
If you don’t offer specific hours, you’ll be pushing your lecturer to email you with options and wasting their time. The lecturer is permitted to offer their own time if none of the suggested times are convenient for them.
We trust this post gave you some direction on the Cptc student email. You are missing out if you are still hesitant to use yours. Follow the instructions above to get started.
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