Do I already have an online account?
Even if you have not visited our site, you may already have an online account.
If you have registered with Road Scholar before, either to receive catalogs or to attend a program, we may have asked you for your e-mail address. If we have your e-mail address on file, you have already taken the first step toward activating your account online.
If you believe you have an account and/or password, but are unsure of what they are, click here to have your log-in information sent to your e-mail address. You will be asked to provide the e-mail address we have on file for you. After providing your e-mail address, you will be presented with one of two screens.
If you have not previously set up an online account with Road Scholar, you will automatically be e-mailed your “Account setup key.” This is an eight-digit code that you will use for your initial log-in and account creation. Please be sure to enter this code exactly as it appears in the e-mail. This is case sensitive, so if you receive a code “ABCD1234,” be sure to enter “ABCD1234” — not “Abcd1234,” as entering the latter will result in an error.
You can also contact an Advisor at Road Scholar Participant Services for assistance with logging into your account by calling toll free at (877) 426-8056, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET.
If this is your first time contacting Road Scholar, chances are we do not have your e-mail account on file. By visiting our
website at www.roadscholar.org, you can begin the account-creation process. On the main page, you will see
an option on the upper left to sign up for e-mail notifications. This is the first step in creating your Road Scholar account on your own.
Once you have provided your e-mail address, click here to have your log-in information sent to your e-mail address, then follow the directions above to finalize the account set-up process.
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