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PLU ePass & PLU Email

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May 6, 2020

Now that you’re officially a Lute, the next big step is New Student Registration (NSR), where you get your get your fall class schedule. NSR appointments happen throughout June, but there are some smaller steps you need to complete before a) you can request your appointment and b) you can be registered for classes.

We’ll share a couple of steps each week you can easily get done so that you’re fully prepared by the time you have your NSR appointment in June!

This week’s to-do: set up your PLU ePass and start checking your PLU email.

Your ePass gives you access to your PLU student email (and full Google suite), Banner Self-Service (your student account, financial aid, grades, etc.), Sakai Learning Management (for classes), PLU library resources and more. If you have already claimed your ePass, great! If you haven’t, you can claim your ePass here.

Now that you’ve got your ePass, check your PLU email consistently. Your New Student Registration appointment confirmation will only be sent to your PLU email, as well as your roommate assignment later in the summer, information about LUTE Welcome Week, any class information from your professors, etc.

Not sure how to log on to your PLU email? Follow these steps:

  1. Go to the PLU homepage.
  2. Click on the menu on the top, select “EPASS”, then select Gmail.
  3. Sign in using your ePass log-in info. (Don’t type in the ‘’, though)

We recommend connecting your PLU email to your phone email app. That way you don’t have to do steps 1-3 on your phone every time!

“I have the gmail application on my phone so that I can check my email throughout the day. I normally check my email at least 3-5 times throughout the school day to keep up with my on-campus jobs and homework.” – Hanna, current student