NetID+ Required for Students Sept. 24-Oct. 8

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NetID+ Required for Students Sept. 24-Oct. 8

To: Faculty and Staff

From:

University Information Technology Services

Subject: NetID+ Required for Students Sept. 24-Oct. 8

Date: September 12, 2018

Two-step authentication (NetID+) will be required for all UA students this fall:

Graduate and Professional Students – Monday, September 24
Seniors and Juniors - Monday, October 1
Sophomores and Freshmen - Monday, October 8

If you instruct or work with students, please be aware they will need to enroll in NetID+ to log in to campus systems by the dates above.

A campus-wide communications campaign is underway for this effort. Please make your students aware of this requirement by announcing it in class, emailing your student list, and/or posting a flyer (link below) in your college/department. Additional communications resources are available in Box at: https://arizona.box.com/v/netid-plus-communications.

Academic technologies such as D2L and Panopto are currently exempt from the NetID+ requirement until Friday, December 14. Faculty and students should always be prepared to use NetID+ when logging in beginning Winter 2018.

Thank you for your part in keeping your personal and university data secure.

INFORMATION AND SUPPORT

Manage your device enrollments and find How-to's and FAQs at netid-plus.arizona.edu

Learn more about the NetID+ requirement at it.arizona.edu/netid-plus

For support, contact the 24/7 IT Support Center – (520) 626-TECH (8324) or MLK room 203.

During the student enrollment period, students can visit 24/7 Express, in the Student Union next to NRich Urban Market, during these times:

Mondays 11am – 2pm
Tuesdays 11am – 2pm
Wednesdays 4-7pm
Fridays 11am – 2pm

Or visit an OSCR computer lab for assistance.

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