Information Technologies

Get Your UW NetID

The UW NetID is a logon account which stands for University of Washington Network Identification; it provides access to the following:

  • UWB Computer Lab and Computer Classrooms
  • UWB Wireless Network
  • MyUW  to check your personal UW information: student grades and schedules, employee payroll records and benefits files
  • UW Email, Web Publishing, and Streaming Media. The services listed will depend upon the nature of your affiliation with the UW (faculty, staff, student, clinician, alumnus, visitor). Visit IT Connect | Accounts and Passwords for more details.

Create Your NetID
 

Students

  1. You'll need your Student Number and Private Access Code (PAC). If you don't know or can't remember your PAC, contact the Registration Office, 225 Schmitz Hall or call 206-543-8580.
  2. Create a password. Visit Choosing a good UW NetID and Password page for tips on selecting a secure NetID and password.
  3. Visit the UW Seattle Get Your NetID page to create your NetID.
  4. Select and configure and email service

Faculty/Staff

  1. You'll need your Employee ID Number (EID). Your EID is a 9 digit number assigned to you by the Payroll Office. It is not your social security number. If you have received a paycheck, your EID appears on your pay stub. If you do not know your EID, contact your Payroll Coordinator.
  2. Create a password. Visit Choosing a good UW NetID and Password page for tips on selecting a secure NetID and password.
  3. Visit the UW Seattle Get Your NetID page to create your NetID.

 

 

Request Temporary Guest Netid

 

If you have a guest who needs temporary access please refer them to this link http://www.washington.edu/itconnect/connect/uw-networks/campus-wi-fi/visitors/

 

 

Need More Information...

- Contact the IT Helpdesk
- Logging in with your NetID, Temporary NetID, or UWB ID
- Choosing a good UW NetID and Password
- Visit IT Connect | Accounts and Passwords
- About MyUW
- Electronic Mail at the UW

 

 

Did You Know?

The Nursing and Health Studies program now offers a B.A. degree in Health Studies.