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Changing Your Password


Students can easily change their school password from an internet connected device.

You can use a password (8 or more characters) , or passphrase (such as 'I like cooking' with spaces),
Passphrases are recommended as they are harder to crack and much easier for you to remember.

Once changed, you'll need to re-enter it into Office, Onedrive, SEQTA and wifi. To print at school you will also need re-run the mobility print tool.

Here are 3 simple ways to change it yourself, if you know your current password.


What if I don't know my password?

  • You can reset it Via Office 365 using the Self-Service Reset Tool (Recommended Method)*Note: A recovery method must be setup prior to using this option*. (See Setup Article).
  • Teachers have a desktop tool to reset it for you. You can also visit the ICT Department or log a Support Ticket Via the Portal Page (See Page).


Change Password Via Office 365

The easiest method

1. Open the Office 365 login page - ( Link to password change page here).


2. (If prompted) login with TWC school credentials.


3. Change password in field by entering your previous password and creating a new one.


Change Password Via Foldr


1. Open My Files-Foldr from the TWC Portal Page.


2. Login using school account credentials.


3. Click on the icon which is labelled Me and then choose the option saying Change Password



4. Enter in old password and create a new one


Change Password Via School Computers


1. Find the Password Change icon on the desktop OR use Ctrl + Alt + Delete.


2. Out of the four options select Change Password.


3. Enter in previous password and create a new one.


*Post-Note: If you run into any issues or have trouble entering/resetting your TWC school account password, please see a teacher or visit the ICT Department for assistance.*

Tenison Woods College respectfully acknowledges the Boandik people are the First Nations people of the Mount Gambier South Eastern region of South Australia and pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, past, present and emerging.