Uniqname Administrators with the "All-Password Reset" capability are able to reset UMICH (Level-1) passwords for members of the UMICH community who have forgotten them. Any member of the university community can phone the ITS Service Center for a password reset at any time, so only the staff of a limited number of U-M IT departments need and have this capability. Outside of the ITS Service Center, All-Password Reset access is available only to IT staff at Health Information Technology & Services, CAEN, Dearborn, and Flint.
Uniqnames & Passwords
This document covers the process used by alumni who graduated before uniqnames were used at U-M to create a uniqname. Alumni who do not currently have a uniqname can follow this process to create one, along with a U-M Google Apps account that includes Mail, Calendar, Drive, and more.
Tips for creating secure passwords and instructions for changing your UMICH (Level-1) password and setting up account recovery information.
This document provides information about managing the MCommunity Directory group profile associated with a shared account. Shared accounts allow a group to have a U-M Google or U-M Box account that is owned by that group rather than by an individual. This document includes information on changing the UMICH password used for that account.
Important steps designed to assist you with the initial access to Oracle and password set up.
You can reset your UMICH (Level-1) password yourself if you have previously provided account recovery contact information. If not, you can phone the ITS Service Center for help.
You will be able to reset your forgotten UMICH (Level-1) password yourself if you set up account recovery information ahead of time. We can then send a password reset code to you via text or at the email address you provide if needed.
Covers the process used by incoming students and employees to set up their own uniqname—the U-M user ID or user name used to access U-M digital resources, set up their UMICH password, and enroll in Duo two-factor authentication.
Your UMID—university ID—is an eight-digit identification number. It appears on your Mcard and is associated with your official university records.