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Employee Login FAQ

​Employee Login Information

What is my username and password for InfoShare if I'm an employee at SWIC?

When you click on the Login button, you will get a log in window.

User ID/Username

  • In the ID or Username field use your SWIC email address.


  • If you have an existing HR PeopleSoft account or currently use the college e-mail service, you should use your existing SWIC password.
  • If you are a new user, your initial password is the first letter of your first name in lower case + the first letter of your last name in upper case + your birthday (MMDDYYYY) + ! Example: Suzy Jones born on July 8, 1964 would be sJ07081964!

Password Rules

  • Passwords should combine special characters, numbers, and upper/lower case letters.
    • The allowed special characters are: !, @, #, $, %, *, (, ), ?, and _.
  • Passwords can be 8 to 16 characters long. No spaces are allowed.
  • Passwords may not contain three or more consecutive characters from your UserID or name. (e.g., If your name is 'Bingo', then your password may not contain 'bin', 'ing', or 'ngo' within it.)
  • Example: Intr@net1

Contact Information

  • If you need help or want to report a problem you are having with InfoShare, please refer to the Contact Us page.


What do I do if I'm an employee and I forget my password?

  • Use the Reset Your Password page.

  • OR please call 618-222-SWIC (7942) to have it reset.

  • Please note, you will be required to have your employee ID number to have your password reset.

  • For security reasons, your account will be locked after five unsuccessful attempts to enter your password.

I am both a student and an employee. Does it matter which username I use to log into InfoShare?

  • Use your employee email address to log in to InfoShare

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