|how to sign in to the campus information system|
|What is a uNID? What is my Password? Password Guidelines|
|What is a uNID? A uNID is a unique identifier that allows you to access U networks and resources. Your uNID is created by substituting a "u" for the first zero in your student ID. For more information about your uNID, please see the University IT uNID & Password page.|
|What is my Password? If you are new to the University, your default password is your birthdate in the format mmddyy or mmdd. If the 6 digit format does not work, try the 4 digit format. As soon as you enter your password and click the "Go" button, you should see the "Change Password" screen.
Your password must be at least 8 characters or more. Your new password may not match the first 8 characters of your previous 6 passwords.
For security purposes, your password is required to have three of these four elements in the first 8 characters:
a numberYour password may not contain slashes (/).
A good way to create a strong password is to think of a sentence that will be easy for YOU to remember -- but hard for others to guess. Here are some examples:
Why So Complex? A strong password keeps others from accessing your personal data and safeguards the information you may be entrusted to protect.