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. Visit this webpage and follow the instructions.
  2. Select and configure your 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?

About 91 percent of all UW Bothell students are from the state of Washington.