Share Print

Broward College One Access requires Multi-factor Authentication (MFA), you will be prompted to set up Multi-Factor Authentication upon first login. BC One Access provides your access to important student applications (e.g. myBC, D2L, Navigate, Outlook, and Office 365).

For instructions on setting up myBC One Access off-campus, see How do I set up myBC One Access: Off Campus?

To set-up Multi-factor Authentication for the first time:

Step 1:

Go to the Broward College home page Click on the Students tab and then click on the OneAccess (MyBC, Navigate, Mail) tile.

(image of the Students tab and OneAccess tile)


Step 2. Log in with your BC Email or Username, click Continue.  


Step 3. Type your BC Password, click Continue.


Step 4. When attempting to sign in for the 1st time, you will see a message stating that Admin requires you to configure security questions, authentication is required to secure your account

Select the two questions that you are most likely to remember, enter the answers, click Save.


*Remember that you are going to be asked these security questions every time you log in off-campus or want to change your password, so you will need to remember the answers.

Once you set up your security questions you will be directed to your BC One Access profile page.


Step 5. Once you have set up your two security questions, you will need to make your security questions your default Multi-Factor Authentication by clicking on the + sign and select OneLogin Security QuestionsClick CONTINUE.


Select Security Question, click Continue.


When you see the screen below you have successfully registered your Multi-Factor Authentication.


If you would like to add the Broward College Protect app as your default or alternative Multifactor Authentication, follow the steps below:

*The OneLogin Protect allows you to use an app on your smartphone/device to accept or deny access to your BC One Access account.

NOTE: If you are going to use the OneLogin Protect App as your default MFA, you will need to be at a computer and have your smartphone/device available.

Step 6. Click the + sign to register your Protect app under 2-Factor authentication.

*you will need to install the OneLogin Protect App on your device (smartphone).


Step 7. Open the Protect app on your smartphone and tap the + at the top right to add your account. You will be prompted for access to your camera to scan a barcode, Click Ok.


Step 8. There are two methods of pairing your smartphone; Scan barcode or manual entry.  Choose your method by selecting: Scan Barcode or Manual Entry entry.  Choose your method by selecting:

Scan Barcode or Manual Entry


Step 9. Use the phone's camera to scan the QR code that appears on your PC. The box displays a green check once your phone is paired (registered) to your OneLogin account.

To make the Protect App your default 2-Factor Authentication, click Continue.

If the code doesn't scan for you, click Manual Entry on your computer, once you receive the code, enter the code into your smartphone.


The OneLogin Protect home screen appears on your smartphone/device with the account you configured.



The next time you are prompted to authenticate, the login screen notifies you that it's waiting for your approval.

Each time you sign in to Broward College One Access from off-campus, you will be prompted on your smartphone to Accept or Deny the login.

Note: If you receive a notification on your smartphone and you are not attempting to log

in, Choose Deny and immediately change your password.  This is your added layer of security.


Step 10. To make either your security questions or your Protect App your default factor authentication method, you will need to hover your mouse over the empty space as shown in the red box below and click on Set As Default


Step 11. To access you Broward College Resources (Email, D2L, myBC, Office 365, and more), click on your name in the top right-hand corner and select App Portal/Home.


If you need further assistance, please connect with an agent via our Live Chat portal or by phone at 954-201-7521. You can also visit our Information Technology Help Desk to submit a ticket.

(Unsupported > Technical Support) 

Last updated: 2020-06-15 09:36 AM 2213-1535802
Help us improve our support. Was this article helpful?