What is myCentennial?

What is myCentennial?

myCentennial is your student portal where you can maintain your personal information, pay fees, register for courses, reserve lockers, apply for transfer credits and communicate with the college community via a secure email and college announcements.

Once you have confirmed an offer of admission at Centennial College, you will get access to your online student portal, myCentennial, through a secure login at the top of this page or at my.centennialcollege.ca. We recommend you log in to myCentennial, set up your password and update as much personal information as possible before you visit your admissions team at the International Office upon arrival.

Signing into myCentennial for the First Time

User ID: Your 9-digit Centennial College student ID number

Initial password: Your date of birth in the format MMDDYY. For example, January 15, 1980 = 011580.

The first time you login, you will be asked to reset your password.

Please note: It is important that you keep your personal information updated on your myCentennial account. This includes adding your most current Canadian address, phone number and emergency contact information.

Checking myCentennial Email

All email communication from your professors, the International Office and other College areas will be sent to your myCentennial email address. It is important to check it frequently!

Your myCentennial email account is hosted on Office 365. Your myCentennial email address will be displayed once you login to myCentennial along with the link to your email. Your password for your initial login is your date of birth in the format MmmDDYYYY (case sensitive) e.g. Sep211984 for September 21, 1984.

After you log in for the first time, you will be given instructions to change your temporary password to one that is more secure.

Please note: Your Office 365 login ID and password is different from your myCentennial login ID and password.
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