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Student Login Instructions


Desire2Learn (D2L) is the learning management system for all USG schools.

Username/Password | Forgot Password | Login | Student Orientation | Support | System Check


D2L Username and Password Information    

Getting Started:

  • Change Password - Before you can access Desire2Learn (D2L), you must initialize your student D2L account by performing a password reset.


  • Students will use the first part of their Albany State Network ID username (s_username@student.asurams.edu) and password. - This is the same username required to login to MyCampus,  campus computers, and the wireless network.

  • Be sure to not include "@student.asurams.edu" when logging into D2L.

  • As stated above, a password change is required BEFORE accessing D2L.

Forgot Password

  • Go to password reset.

  • If you do not remember the password for your Albany State Network ID username, you will need to contact ITS Helpdesk (229-430-4909) between 7:30-5:30 Monday-Friday. 

Logging into D2L

In the login box, enter your ASU Network ID username (JBrown) and password.  
If you have not completed the password reset, you will not be able to log in.


You have successfully logged into D2L when you see your name in the Welcome navigation bar at the top of the page.


Access your courses by clicking on the name of the course in the Courses widget drop down box at the top of the My Home page.

Desire2Learn will be used for all online courses.  If in doubt, check with your instructor.

Student Orientation

For assistance in using Desire2Learn, please refer to the D2L Student Orientation site.


Login Support

For assistance with D2L login issues, please refer to our troubleshooting tips and self-help guide.


System Check  

This System Check is designed to ensure your computer system is properly configured for our web courses. It verifies your browser version, browser settings and display settings on your computer. The System Check also ensures that you have any plug-ins that your courses require.

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