Please be advised that the NetID system is being patched today (02/01/2022) at 6pm. There is no expected outage during this process. This is a hosted service, if there are any issues we are informed about we will let you know.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Below is the message we have received.

This evening, 2/1/22 at 6pm, there will be several updates being made to midPoint for the source data configurations. There is no expected outages or impact to current NetID data expected.



DATE/TIME: 02/01/2022 6:00 PM

DURATION: 3 hours.

REASON: Patching of the system which requires a restart.

IMPACT: Minimal to No impact on the system.

CRA request form change (NetID)

Please be advised that the Computing Resource Application (CRA) form now works with NetID.  Instead of using “firstname.lastname” in the account name field, it will require the user’s NetID.  The exception to this is for student employees whose accounts can still be accessed with their “se” accounts (for example: “”).    […]

Login format change for student email.

The NetID conversion is requiring a change in the way students log into the student email system on Microsoft 365. You can read more about it on the Student Microsoft 365 web page. The user name is the student’s NetID followed by “”. Example user name: The password is […]

NetID conversion complete for students

The NetID conversion for students accounts was completed as of 12/24 @ 11:00am.   Students, faculty and staff are able login to email with the new NetID login credentials. Please bookmark the NetID & Password Help page and reference this before calling Help Desk for assistance with NetID passwords or account […]

NetID conversion complete for Employees

The NetID conversion for employee (faculty and staff) accounts is complete.   Faculty and staff are able login to email with the new NetID login credentials. Student NetID accounts are not yet available.  The work converting all student accounts will continue through today (Wednesday 12/23).  A subsequent message will be going […]