A student portal is a login page where students can use a username and password to get into an education organization’s programs and other learning materials.
Students can log in to their own personalized university web portals to get to their academic information.
There are a lot of different names for student portals. We can’t go through everything, of course. We’ll start with the ones with cool names. You can find the names of more portals on the category page for Student Portals. You can also look at the Glossary page or my recent post on the Interesting names of Learning Management Systems.
UAB Blazernet is the place where students at the University of Alabama at Birmingham can find information. Students at UAB can sign in to register, check their grades, use UAB Canvas, and do other things.
APSU OneStop is the place where Austin Peay State University students can find information. It gives APSU students full access to Financial Aid, Course Registration, and the Readiness checklist.
Chandigarh University Information Management System is what CUIMS stands for.
With Cuims, students will be able to find out about the latest news about their classes, the university, and other things. On the UIMS, they can also check their attendance and fees.
The University of Toronto’s Student Information System is called Acorn UOFT. Accessible Campus Online Resources Network is what ACORN is short for.
It is a web-based tool that keeps all of the academic, personal, and financial records of U of T students. On June 22, 2015, UofT’s Acorn was given to students.
Northwestern CAESAR is a way for Northwestern University to keep track of information about its students. CAESAR student portal is used by students, faculty, advisors, parents, guardians, and staff to keep track of classes and grades, pay bills, look at financial aid and the Northwestern academic calendar, process admissions, and keep demographic information up to date.
CUNYFirst is a system for students of the City University of New York that helps them find information, sign up for classes, and handle administrative tasks (CUNY).
City University of New York Fully Integrated Resources and Services Tool is what CUNYFirst stands for.
The university student portal is a web-based system that all Hunter, Queens College, Baruch, BMCC, Lehman College, John Jay, CUNY City Tech, and LaGuardia Community College students use to register for classes, pay bills, manage personal information, file for graduation, and more.
MyMav is the student information system at the University of Texas at Arlington. It gives students quick, easy, and secure access to almost every part of their college life.
The Student Information System at UT Arlington is used to register, pay bills, accept financial aid, add or drop classes, check grades, see your degree audit, and do a lot of other things.
My Eagles Online, also known as “myEOL” or NCCU EOL, is a student portal that helps students, faculty, and staff at North Carolina Central University get to their resources.
Carnegie Mellon University’s Student Information Online, or CMU SIO, is a secure online portal that CMU students will visit and use a lot during their time there.
Students can check their grades, GPA, and enrollment status in SIO. They can also order CMU transcripts and enrollment verifications, plan their class schedules, and register for classes (add or drop classes, look at their waitlist history, etc.).
Students use their Andrew userID (AndrewID) and password to sign in.
UC The student information system at the University of Cincinnati is called “Catalyst.” This online resource and student portal gives you access to your academic record, billing from the university, financial aid, and other things.
StuInfo is a portal to Michigan State University’s academic records, tools, and resources. The Student Information System (SIS) helps MSU students and the people who work with them throughout their time in school.
The Queens SOLUS Student Centre is made to give Queens University students the tools they need to keep track of their academic, financial, contact, and admissions information both while they are students at Queen’s and after they have graduated.
The word SOLUS comes from Gaelic and means “knowledge and light.” It can also mean “Student On-Line University System.”
EKU Direct is the way for students at Eastern Kentucky University to connect to campus services. You can use these services to activate your EKU email, sign up for classes, get a parking permit, and do a lot more.
ANU ISIS is a system at the Australian National University that lets students sign up for classes, see their bills, check their grades, make sure they are eligible to graduate, pay their fees, submit their CAF forms, and update their personal information.
Interactive Student Information System is what ISIS stands for.
UMass SPIRE is the student information system at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. It lets students sign up for classes, find housing, manage their university finances, and do other things.
At the top right of the SPIRE login page, there are links to other UMass Amherst services and tools, such as email, moodle, blackboard, peoplefinder, and the go.umass web app.
UWinsite Student is the platform for student information at the University of Windsor. It took the place of the Student Information System, which was called SIS, Forte, or myUWindsor.ca around campus.
UWinsite Student is built on Campus Solutions, a product from Oracle PeopleSoft that is used by colleges and universities in North America and other places.
The University of Windsor worked for several years to modernize its business processes and replace several core systems with an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. UWinsite went live in 2018.
It has modules for student records, admissions, academic advising, convocation, student finances, and financial aid.
SOLAR Stony Brook is the University’s enterprise-wide self-service system that lets students, faculty, and staff manage personal information online.
Student Online Access to Records is what SOLAR stands for.
Students at Stony Brook University use SOLAR to sign up for classes, print schedules, view and pay bills, update personal contact information, view transcripts, and turn in student employment timesheets.
Howdy is an all-in-one web portal at Texas A&M University that connects students, applicants, faculty, staff, parents, and former students to their web-based services.
TAMU students can get to their school records and other apps with just one login to Howdy at howdy.tamu.edu.
Alamo ACES portal is a secure portal that lets students, staff, and faculty use a single sign-on to access many different applications.
Alamo Colleges Educational Services is what ACES stands for.
As an ACES user, you can sign up for classes, find out about financial aid, check your email, use library resources, and take online classes.
DeakinSync is your online login for Deakin University. It gives you access to everything you need.
The Deakin college portal is customized to meet the needs of students for the whole time they are at Deakin University.
Students can use DeakinSync to get to CloudDeakin and StudentConnect, as well as their email, calendar, Office365, and other tools for working together and getting things done.
At the University of Missouri-Kansas City, UMKC Pathway is the main tool that students use to register for classes, check their grades, and change their contact information, among other things.
SDSU AidLink is a safe online system that gives students at San Diego State University access to their financial aid records and SDSU scholarship applications 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (s). Students at SDSU use it to do things like check their email and apply for financial aid.
Curtin All students at Curtin University can use OASIS, which is a secure web portal. Online Access to Student Information Services is what OASIS is short for.
Raiderlink is an online portal that connects Texas Tech University students to the resources they need.
The TTU Raiderlink portal gives you access to Registrar resources like class registration and grading, TechMail, announcements, leave status, Transportation & Parking Services, and much more.
NYU Albert is a way to get to the New York University student information system. Albert NYU also has a version for your phone. Students and advisors can use Albert to sign up for classes, check prerequisites, grades, and the status of financial aid, among other things.
UTSA ASAP is a way for UTSA students to get to most of their information and academic records.
ASAP stands for Automated Student Access Program and is pronounced “a-sap.” It is the place where students at the University of Texas at San Antonio can find information.
Omnivox Dawson is a service used by Dawson College in Canada. It is an online portal. This management tool makes it easier for students and teachers to talk to each other and share documents. It also gives students and teachers a lot of online services.
Most institutions in Quebec, Canada, also use Omnivox. Vanier College, Matrix College, Maisonneuve College, Ahuntsic College, garneau College, Edouard College, etc.
Students at UC Berkeley use CalCentral to sign up for classes, pay bills, and apply for financial aid.
It pulls data from dozens of campus sources and puts it into a personalized dashboard and digital assistant that can be used on a phone.
CalCentral is a place where students, teachers, and staff can check their campus email, UC Berkeley calendar, bCourses, Course Capture, and more.
Wolverine Access is a quick and easy way for current and future University of Michigan students to get personal information that is password-protected, such as financial aid documents, notices, and student account statements.
Students at the University of Michigan can use their Uniqname and password to get into the portal.
The student information system at Penn State University is called LionPATH. Penn State students can accept financial aid, sign up for classes, pay bills, get transcripts, and do a lot more with Lionpath.
DuckWeb is a way for students, faculty, and staff at the University of Oregon to interact with information. Current students can use the student portal to look at and change their personal information, sign up for classes, and accept financial aid awards. Depending on when you applied to the UO, you may or may not be able to use DuckWeb before you start classes there.
When you applied to the UO, the Office of Admissions sent you a letter or email with your UO ID (a number that looks like this: 95XXXXXX) and Personal Access Code (PAC). You can get to DuckWeb with your ID and PAC.
Students at UC Santa Barbara use UCSB GOLD, an online registration account or enrollment system, to sign up for classes, check important enrollment information and deadlines, and look for classes.
“Gaucho On-Line Data” is what “GOLD” stands for. UCSB students must activate their U-Mail account and UCSBnetID in order to use GOLD (Gaucho Online Data System). GauchoSpace Learning Management System is worth a look.
HCC My Eagle, which is also called HCC login, is a portal where current Houston Community College students, faculty, and staff can access Student System, Course Catalog, Class Search, Campus Map, News, Library to Go, Calendar & Events, Learning Web, and Student Life. Oracle is the platform for HCC My Eagle.
HokieSPA is the student portal for Virginia Tech. Students at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University can use HokieSPA to update their contact information, look at their academic records, and request transcripts.
For access to HokieSPA, Canvas, OneCampus, Office365, Google Suite, and more, you’ll need a VT Username, which is a unique identifier, and a passphrase.
UAccess is a student portal for University of Arizona students that is protected by a password and lets them access personal and academic information and take care of university business online.
To log in, you need a UA NetID and a password. Students can check their academic and personal information through UAccess and make changes to it.
Corsair Connect is an online student self-service system where Santa Monica College students can check their class schedule, SMC student email, add and drop classes, pay their fees, apply for financial aid, see their student records, and stay up to date on course dates and deadlines.
What does it mean to say “Corsair”?
“The Corsairs” is the name of the SMC sports team. It can also be written as “privateer.” In history, a “Corsair” was a pirate from the Barbary Coast or a French privateer who lived from about the 1400s to the 1600s.
Testudo is a portal that lets students at the University of Maryland (UMD) sign up for classes, check grades, apply for graduation, and do many other things. It also gives alumni and parents a limited amount of access.
The interactive web portal lets current students register for classes and make changes to their academic records.
Registration (add or drop classes), Degree Audit (uAchieve), Graduation Application and Diploma Status, Transcript/Enrollment Certification request, Unofficial Transcript, and Waitlist Check-In are some of the services that can be found on Testudo.
LancerPoint is the student portal for Pasadena City College. Students at PCC go there to sign up for classes, find out about their financial aid, check their official PCC email, and do many other things.
GoCSN is an application that lets College of Southern Nevada students access their CSN and personal applications (like MyCSN) from one site and one login.
The “MyCSN” student portal is a “one-stop” way to get to a lot of college tools and applications.
The place for Lone Star College students to sign in is called myLonestar or iStar. It is used to access Lonestar email and academic profiles, change your degree, check courses, sign up for classes, upload immunization records, access D2L, and use other important educational resources.
The official service hub for academic, financial, employment, and administrative matters at Syracuse University is called “My Slice.”
Students can sign up for classes, check their grades, pay their Bursar bills, choose their housing and meal plans, and do a lot more online.
Students also log in to access their SUMail, MySlice, Blackboard, SUShare, and more, as well as the school’s intranet.
ETSU GoldLink is the portal for East Tennessee State University. It gives students, staff, and faculty access to their accounts and records 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Applicants for both undergrad and grad school can check the status of their applications.
Students can look up and sign up for classes, pay fees, check the status of their ETSU financial aid, check their grades, and keep some contact information up to date.
TAMUCC SAIL is a safe way for students at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi to get to their student, academic, and financial aid records.
By logging into S.A.I.L., students can update their contact information, sign up for classes, accept financial aid awards, see unofficial transcripts, grades, and class schedules, request transcripts electronically, pay tuition, and do more.
KeanWise is the place where students at Kean University can find information about their grades, schedules, financial aid, and everything else they need to know about their time there.
At some point in their time at Kean, every student will have to use KeanWise. It is a very important platform that has everything from students’ grades and schedules to their financial aid and financial aid information.
NYUHome is the main website for New York University. Once a student logs in with their NYU NetID and password, the site gives them access to different services for school, work, and college life.
Students can also search for and look at the profiles of other people in the NYU Community. They can also control who can see their profile and how it looks to others.
With an NYUHome service card, you can use a service. Some are Activity Feed cards, which are dynamic displays of information (like NYU Calendar, BrightSpace, NYU Classes, NYU Drive, NYU Albert, and NYU Email). Others are static gateways to services (for example, NYU Groups, Lynda.com, Web Publishing).
Gatech OSCAR is Georgia Tech’s web access system that gives students resources for registration, secure access to the student information system, schedule of classes, Georgia Tech Academic Calendar, Gatech Canvas, etc.
“Online Student Computer Assisted Registration” is the full name of OSCAR.
Buff Portal is the online student portal for CU Boulder. On December 30, 2019, it will take the place of the student tab in MyCUInfo. The Unified Student Experience (USE) project used an Angular application that uses RESTful APIs to build the Buff Portal.
The Unified Student Experience (USE) is a campus-wide project at the University of Colorado Boulder that aims to bring together the online and in-person experiences of CU Boulder students. It aims to change the fragmented digital and physical student support landscape of today by making the student experience as smooth as possible.