This guide assumes that you've already Activated your UVM NetID. If you haven't already activated your NetID, please follow the steps in our NetID Setup Guide before proceeding.
Now that you've activated your NetID, you should use your NetID to access the Application Status Page instead of your personal email account. Visit https://go.uvm.edu/appstatus again, and select the "Login" option under "If you have been admitted to UVM, use your NetID to log-in below".
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After you have been accepted to the University of Vermont, a UVM Network ID is automatically generated. Going forward, this NetID can be used to check financial aid at https://go.uvm.edu/appstatus. To active this NetID, follow the process outlined below.
Visit https://go.uvm.edu/appstatus and sign in with your email address and password.
If you have forgotten your password, click on "Forgot Your Password?".
Copy or note your Student ID number (also known as a 95 number), then Read more [...]
UVM’s Virtual Private Network service allows remote users with UVM credentials to securely access resources that are normally restricted to on-campus users.
Access to the VPN service is controlled. To request VPN access on your account, visit go.uvm.edu/vpnrequest, read and agree to the Acceptable Use Policy, then click the “Request VPN Access” button. Your request will take some time to be processed.
After you have connected to a working Internet connection, open your preferred web Read more [...]
If you've been provided a SecurID keyfob (often referred to as a 'SecurID token') so that you can authenticate to a UVM resource that requires multifactor authentication, you'll need to activate it by creating a PIN that you'll use in conjunction with the changing digits that show on the keyfob's screen. The easiest way to do this is by visiting https://sslvpn.uvm.edu/securid, which will redirect you to this site:
Enter your NetID in the first field (all lower case, please). In the second Read more [...]
This article will explain how to change your preferred name and pronoun as a student. If you are a Faculty/Staff person, you'll want to follow the documentation located here.
Log into myuvm.uvm.edu with your NetID and password.
Click on the "Registrar" tab.
In the "My Records" box, under the "Person Info" header, click on "Preferred Name".
Enter your "Preferred First Name" and pronoun, if you wish to, you may request your e-mail be changed.
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Duo Security is a multi-factor authentication tool used by the university to protect sensitive information. Upon logging into a Duo-protected site, you will be required to perform an additional authentication via push notification, SMS text, or phone call to a registered device.
Enrolling in Duo
In order to use Duo, you must be registered with UVM's program here: https://account.uvm.edu/multifactor.
NOTE: If you’ve previously enrolled a device in Duo, you may receive a prompt asking Read more [...]
To reset a proxy payer pin number, first navigate to the UVM proxy payer login site: go.uvm.edu/proxyaccess. Enter the user e-mail in the "E-mail Address" field and click "Forgot Pin".
It can take few minutes before the e-mail is visible in your inbox. Should multiple PIN reset e-mails be sent, only the most recent e-mail received will contain the correct action password. The e-mail you receive should look something like this:
The highlighted link will take you to a page asking for the "Action Read more [...]
How do I clear my web browser's cache, cookies, and history?
In most computer-based web browsers, to open menus used to clear your cache, cookies, and history, press Ctrl-Shift-Delete (on PC systems). Command + Shift + Delete (Mac OSX systems). If this doesn't work, follow the appropriate instructions below.
If you don't see instructions below for your specific version or browser, search your browser's Help menu for "clear cache". If you're unsure what browser version you're using, Read more [...]
This is the procedure for adding a UVM NetID to the local Administrator group. The requirement(s) to do this are the following:
-Must be a Lead Tech. All Leads have a -tech account. The -tech account looks like ex. jpcollie-tech .
NOTE: You can change your -tech account password by Ctrl+Alt+Delete and selecting change password. You must already be logged into your -tech account first.
Login to computer with -tech account. This will give you Admin rights.
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