Penn State Web Mail

To access WebMail, type into your web browser location/address field and the WebMail splash screen will appear. Click the Login to WebMail link, and you will be prompted to authenticate with your Access Account userid and password.

  • To use WebMail, you will need to make sure that your web browser is JavaScript-enabled and SSL-enabled. These options are ordinarily enabled by default, but can be changed using your web browser's preferences or options.
  • If you're a new user of WebMail, you will automatically be directed to the Options screen the first time you log in to WebMail. The information that appears on your Options screen is based on your LDAP directory entry. For more information about directory services at Penn State, please see After you fill out the options form, click <Save Changes> to apply the changes. 
  • WebMail is one of several published services using WebAccess, such as Portal, ANGEL, etc. Every time you log in to WebMail, you can access other WebAccess applications just by typing in the URL of the site you wish to access to in the address field of your browser without entering your userid and password again. For instance, if you wish to go to ANGEL after you're done checking your e-mail, simply type in the browser location/address field of your web browser and hit enter. You will automatically be logged in to ANGEL without authenticating again. The same applies if you're in Portal and wish to go to WebMail.

Remember… all correspondence from the University will be sent to you in the form of an email. You should read your Penn State email daily.