Passwords and Accounts

Forgot your NetID password?

Visit the Computing Services Help Desk in 2938 VMBSB during walk-in hours on Tuesday or Thursday from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM to reset it. You must present a picture ID to complete the process. You may also go to the CITES Help Desk on campus at 1211 DCL, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

If you know your existing NetID password and would like to change it visit the CITES Password Manager. The CITES Password Manager also allows you to reset your CITES Express Mail, NDS password (campus computer labs) and campus Active Directory password.

CVM-AD Passwords and Account Privileges

Your CVM-AD accounts grants you access to the computers at the College of Veterinary Medicine and allows you to release print jobs in the CVM computer labs. In addition, CVM-AD accounts will have access to a personal network drive (your H: drive) from any CVM-AD computer. The current quota on each personal drive is 10GB. If you would like to access your H: drive remotely, click here for instructions.

Enterprise Password
What is the purpose of this account?

Your Enterprise account will be used in the UI Enterprise Applications self-service system. You will use this account to:

* Register for classes
* View and pay your student financial account
* View your academic records
* Update your personal information

Who manages this account?

AITS Help Desk
(217) 333-3102

What is my username?

Your Enterprise username is your NetID.

How do I create my Enterprise password?

You will be prompted to create your Enterprise password when you create your NetID password. You can also activate your Enterprise account from the Password Reset Page. You will need to sign in with your NetID and NetID password.

How do I reset my Enterprise password?

You can reset your password using the Enterprise Password Reset Page. You will need to sign in with your NetID and NetID password.

When does this account expire?

Your Enterprise password expires and must be reset annually. Your Enterprise account does not currently expire; this may change in the future.