Penn State WebAccess Currently Unavailable University-Wide
Update 2:28 p.m.: Penn State WebAccess came back online at 1:14 p.m. after being down for the majority of the day.
Original: Penn State WebAccess is currently unavailable throughout the entire university, beginning Wednesday morning around 10:05. This prevents users from accessing the programs they use on a daily basis at Penn State, including Webmail, Canvas, and everyone’s favorite student information system — LionPATH.
When users try to log in to Canvas, the following message appears:
Penn State’s Information Technology Services released the following alert on its website Wednesday morning, about an hour after users started experiencing issues with WebAccess:
As of 10:05am, students, faculty and staff members are experiencing issues connecting to websites behind Penn State WebAccess, the University’s online authentication system that protects WebMail, LionPATH, Canvas, the Employee Self-Service Information (ESSIC), and more. Penn State IT staff are aware of and are working diligently to rectify the issue. We will post updates as they become available.
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