Answered By: Jane Verostek
Last Updated: Jun 07, 2016     Views: 338

From the ESF computing webpage:

What is an SU NetID?

The SU NetID is one piece of the User Information required to access many services on the ESF Campus Network. An SU NetID, along with your ESF Password or SU password, is sensitive information and should be carefully guarded by each individual. It identifies you and your activities while you access systems on the ESF and SU Campus networks.

What is MY SU NetID?

For an ESF Student, the SU NetID is the same as that used at SU to access systems such as SUMail or to log into any public PC at ESF or SU. It is identified as that portion of your SU email address before the '@' sign.

If you have not activated your SU NetID, please go to this site to do so. Once your SU NetID is activated, your ESF password will automatically be created at the end of the day with a standard default password.

If you have never visited the ESF Student Services Portal (myESF) before: You should visit this Web page and log-on with your SU NetID and standard default ESF password before attempting to use any of the information systems on the ESF Campus Network.

What is my ESF Password?

A Student's ESF Password is the password that they use to gain access to the ESF Student Services Portal. This password is not necessarily the same as your SU NetID password (used to access services at SU and ESF like email or to log into public/lab PCs at ESF), but we encourage you to set it so that it is the same. This way, you will have one username and password to access all of your information at both ESF and SU.