The authorized party, also known as a proxy, can log in to the student's account using their own email address and password. The student determines the level of access they wish to grant their proxy. Students may choose to provide access to any of the following areas of their student account:
A Poet Proxy account is required to be designated a payor, to enroll in a payment plan, and to make online payments via Transact.
ITS Help Desk
Access to your Poet Proxy account is via the proxy login page. Consider bookmarking this page if you anticipate frequent visits.
If you forget your password, enter your email address in the Username box and click Forgot Password.
In compliance with state and federal privacy laws, a Passphrase is required before a proxy can receive student account or student record information over the phone. Please have your Passphrase ready when calling faculty or staff at Whittier College.
The Passphrase is established by your student and will be emailed to you under the subject line Whittier College Proxy Access Passphrase Notification.
Your student will grant you access to certain areas of their student account. When your student makes these designations, you will receive an email under the subject line Whittier College Proxy Access Authorization Details.
Areas you may have access to include:
You can access more than one student account using your email address. You do not need to use a separate email for each student account.
Please contact email@example.com for assistance.
The passphrase is a password used specifically when calling certain College departments (Registrar, Business Office, Financial Aid) for information about your student. This is done in order to comply with state and federal laws protecting confidential student records. Please take care to retain and secure this passphrase for future use. Students authorize this access. An email is sent to you with the passphrase.
A student may authorize a parent to access certain My.Whittier.edu pages. They include:
Yes, a student can restrict or cancel Poet Proxy Access to their student account.
Your student is able to reset their Poet Proxy's password.