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Log Into myDrake

Students with a valid Drake ID number may log in to Drake's student web portal, myDrake, to retrieve their personal information and perform certain administrative functions. myDrake may not recognize students if they do not meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • A current student registered for classes for the current term
  • A former student who was registered for at least one class within the last five semesters
  • A graduate of Drake

Log-in Instructions

  1. Access the myDrake log-in page via the Campus Links menu at the top of Drake's home page or at http://my.drake.edu.
  2. Your username is your nine-digit Drake ID number.  (All nine digits are needed, even if they being with "000".) If you do not know your Drake ID number, contact the Support Center for assistance.
  3. Your password is initially set according to your birth date in the following format: MmmDD#YYYY.  For example, if your birth date is January 31, 1980, then your initial password is Jan31#1980 . Your password is case sensitive; make sure that your caps lock key is not activated when logging in. You must change your password before you can log into myDrake. Visit password.drake.edu to set a new more secure password.

If you need assistance logging into myDrake, please contact the Support Center.

FAQ

Q: I do not know (or forgot) my Drake ID number. What do I do?

A: Contact the Support Center for assistance.

Q: I do not know (or forgot) my password. What do I do?

A: Your initial Drake password is set up according to your birth date in the following format: MmmDD#YYYY.  For example, if your birth date is January 31, 1980, then your initial password is Jan31#1980. Your password is case sensitive; make sure that your caps lock key is not activated when logging in. You must change your password before you can log into myDrake. Visit password.drake.edu to set a new more secure password.

Q: I entered my Drake ID number and my password, but myDrake still will not let me in. What do I do?

A: Take note of the wording of the error message(s) you are receiving, then contact the Support Center for assistance.

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