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Before changing a password, please read Accounts, Logins, and Passwords to learn why we don’t always recommend that you do.

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APeX

Access UC Medical Center electronic health records during APPE rotations

Submit an APeX Software Change Request.

Contact the IT Service Desk at 415-514-4100 (available 24x7x365).

No other accounts

Campus computers

Log on to computers in our computer labs.

This password is the same as -- and synchronized with -- your UCSF e-mail password. See Password Reset.

If you had previously set up a profile with the UCSF Password Management Tool, log in to unlock your account. Otherwise, contact the IT Service Desk at 415-514-4100 (available 24x7x365).

  • UCSF Exchange email
  • UCSFwpa wireless

CLE

Access course curriculum materials.

  1. Log in to MyAccess.
  2. Select the MyAccount link.
  3. Log in to MyAccount.
  4. Select the Change Password link.

I forgot my MyAccess password.

VPN, CLE, the Student Portal, and other applications listed in your MyAccess home page

E-mail

Send and receive e-mail messages with your UCSF e-mail account.

See Password Reset.

If you had previously set up a profile with the UCSF Password Management Tool, log in to unlock your account. Otherwise, contact the IT Service Desk at 415-514-4100 (available 24x7x365).

E*Value

Submit course evaluations at the end of each quarter.

Log in, then select Password Change from the Home menu.

See Forgot your login or password.

No other accounts

Melvyl

Set up personal preferences when using the Melvyl WorldCat Catalog.

Change your password.

Forgot your password?

No other accounts

MyAccess

Use UCSFwpa wireless, VPN, CLE, the Student Portal, and other applications listed in your MyAccess home page

  1. Log in to MyAccess.
  2. Select the MyAccount link.
  3. Log in to MyAccount.
  4. Select the Change Password link.

I forgot my MyAccess password.

VPN, CLE, the Student Portal, and other applications listed in your MyAccess home page

Poll Everywhere

Respond to live polls during class.

Log in to the Poll Everywhere login page then select Settings from the primary navigation.

Select “I forgot my password” on the Poll Everywhere login page.

No other accounts

UCSF Password Management Tool

If you had previously set up a profile with the UCSF Password Management Tool, log in to unlock your account. Otherwise, contact the IT Service Desk at 415-514-4100 (available 24x7x365).

The tool uses a series of questions and answers instead of passwords. To manage these, log in to UCSF Password Management Tool.

If you're unable to remember the correct answers to the questions you set up in the tool, call the IT Service Desk at 415-514-4100 (available 24x7x365).

No other accounts

Student Portal

  • File your study list,
  • Update your contact information,
  • Find out about holds and grades, and
  • Get other information held by the Office of the Registrar.
  1. Log in to MyAccess.
  2. Select the MyAccount link.
  3. Log in to MyAccount.
  4. Select the Change Password link.

I forgot my MyAccess password.

Anything that uses your MyAccess credentials

UC Learning Center (LMS)

Take training on how to use the UCSF Medical Center UCare clinical information system.

(no password is required)

(not applicable)

No other accounts

UniversityLab (OZTech)

Access a web-based clinical decision support system that is used with some UCSF/MTZ Medical Center patient care services.

Unknown. Try logging in and seeing if a change password form is available. Otherwise, contact [email protected].

Contact [email protected].

No other accounts

VPN

Access UCSF-restricted data when you use an off-campus internet connection such as DSL or cable modem.

  1. Log in to MyAccess.
  2. Select the MyAccount link.
  3. Log in to MyAccount.
  4. Select the Change Password link.

I forgot my MyAccess password.

UCSFwpa wireless, VPN, CLE, the Student Portal, and other applications listed in your MyAccess home page

Wireless

Connect your device to the campus wireless network using the wireless network called UCSFwpa.

See Password Reset. See Password Reset.
  • UCSF Exchange email
  • Logging in to computers in our computer labs.

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