Change your College Password


Your College password allows you access to many on-campus services, such as email, Bionic, and Moodle. Your password will also allow you to access College-owned computers, your network drive(s), and certain pieces of software. As you set your password, keep in mind the following:

  • Bryn Mawr College passwords do not expire automatically.
  • You can change your password at any time.
  • Passwords may not be reused.
  • If LITS detects a problem with your account, we may change your password and suspend your account to protect your information.

Tips to keep your password safe and prevent suspended account access:

  1. Use a passphrase – a natural language phrase that’s easy for you to remember but hard for others to guess.
  2. Do not share your password with anyone. This includes family, friends and coworkers.
  3. If you think anyone else has access to your password, change it immediately and contact the Help Desk.
  4. Be careful about saving passwords on your computer. Not all programs keep your passwords in a secure location, so if you're unsure of how a program saves your password, it is better not to save it there. A reliable password manager may be your best bet!
  5. Always lock or log out of your computer when you leave it in a public space, lab, or classroom. Staying logged in allows other people access to your accounts you potentially have opened or programs you have saved your password within.

Please note: Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges share a password and account management tool. You may see this password referred to as your Bi-Co password, and you may receive password reset notifications from an email address.

Getting Started

Reset and manage your College password online via the Bi-Co Password and Account Management Kiosk or by contacting the Help Desk.


You can change your password at any time using these instructions for changing your password online

If you believe your password may have been compromised, change it immediately and contact the Help Desk at 610-526-7440.

If you're having trouble resetting your password, contact the Help Desk.


Help is available during the Help Desk's open hours.


Please see our ​​Password Policy for more information!

Change Your Password


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