Moodle Instructions & Log In

Username/Password Instructions (for Students only)

The username name for your Moodle account consists of the first letter of your first name + the first three letters of your last name + two-digit month and two-digit day of your birthdate. Example: John Doe’s username, with a birthdate of January 9 would be: jdoe0109.

The default password for your Moodle account is SUno + the last 4 digits of your social security number. Example: John Doe’s password, with the last 4 of his Social Security Number being 1234 would be SUno1234.

Log-In/Password Problems? Technical Problems?

Get help Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm by calling SUNO ServiceDesk at (504) 286-5237 or creating a service ticket by email your issue to 

Get help after hours and on weekends by contacting BlackBelt Help by email at or call our customer care technicians at: 877-771-0621. 

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Is this your first online course? Unsure about how to navigate through Moodle? Attend one of our hands on Moodle Student Orientation Workshops in the E-Learning Lab and breathe easier!!!

Every semester the E-learning Department will have Moodle Training for all students except on official holidays declared in SUNO’s calendar. Please contact Instructor Cindy Venable at 504-286-5166 or e-mail her at with any concerns.

Location: Lake CampusInformation Technology Center Building, Room 101 

Tuesday 10-11 a.m. and 1-2 p.m.
Wednesday 11 a.m.-Noon  and  2–3 p.m.
Thursday Noon-1 p.m.  and  3-4 p.m.


Username/Password Instructions (for Faculty only)

Your Moodle username and password are the same as your computer login username and password. If you need assistance with your login, please contact SUNO ServiceDesk at (504) 286-5237.

Enhanced Courses

If you desire to have your course Moodle Enhanced, please e-mail us in the Office of E-Learning at Please include the course number, section, name and your name.


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