Get your Student ID Card
Newly admitted students are eligible for a Student ID Card free of charge; you do not need to be registered in courses. To avoid lines, you are encouraged to obtain your card during the Summer months.
For ID Centre hours and locations, and information about what to bring with you to get your ID card, see: Student ID Cards.
U of M Email Account
If you have not yet activated your @myumanitoba email account, you should do so now to ensure that you don't miss important messages affecting your registration and fees.
For help with your computer accounts, please contact the IST Help & Solutions Centre.
Returning students: If you have taken some time away from the U of M, your email and other accounts may have become inactive in your absence. Returning students should verify that they can access and use their U of M email account; if you encounter errors logging in, you may have to reactivate your account.
Your Other Computer Accounts
Your computer accounts are managed by Information Services & Technology. For complete information about services available to students and how to access them, see: Services for New and Returning Students.
Updated June 24, 2016
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