Accessing My Stetson

User ID and PIN:

Your User ID is the 800-number on your ID card.

If you are using My Stetson for the first time, your login PIN will be set at your 6 digit birthdate (mmddyy). You will be forced to change that PIN as soon as you enter as it is not wise to leave it your birthdate. If you enter your six-digit birthdate but are unsuccessful in logging in, contact the Registrarís Office who will be able to assist you. Please make note that the system gives you three tries to log-in, should you not be successful in logging in your access will be locked and you must contact the Registrarís Office.

If you have forgotten your PIN, the system will allow you to reset your PIN after you have answered a security question.

Logging in to My Stetson:

  1. Direct Link: My Stetson.


  2. You may access My Stetson through the Stetson Today web pages. The link for My Stetson is in the dark band running across the top of the page.

    My Stetson is on a site that uses encryption to protect the information that it transmits to you. When you try to access it, your Web browser might open a window informing you that it does not recognize the authority certifying that the site is authentic. Clicking the Next button will take you through a series of windows that eventually give you the option of accepting the certification for one session, meaning that you will get this same set of windows the next time you try to access My Stetson, or of accepting it until the certificate expires, which will keep you from seeing these windows for some unknown period of time. Selecting either option will get you into My Stetson.

  3. At the Login Screen, enter your User ID and PIN, and click on the Login button.  If you have forgotten your PIN click on Forgot PIN, answer the security question, and reset your PIN. Please make note that the system gives you three tries to log-in, should you not be successful in logging in your access will be locked and you must contact the Registrarís Office.

    If this is the first time you are using My Stetson, you might be asked to compose a Security Question and to provide an Answer that will allow the system to confirm that you are who you say you are if you forget your PIN and you want to reset it.

  4. You should now be at the Main Menu for My Stetson. If you gained access using the PIN number provided by the Registrarís Office, proceed to the Personal Information page and use Change PIN to switch to a new six-digit PIN number that no one else is likely to be able to guess.


Revised: 06/18/12