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UTSA network account requests now are done automatically online


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(July 1, 2011)--The UTSA Office of Information Technology (OIT) has changed the process for requesting and activating network accounts.

Previously, accounts were created when a form was submitted to OIT. Now, network accounts -- for new faculty and staff members -- are created automatically when the record is entered into the Human Resources Management System (HRMS).

"Having accounts created automatically takes the burden off the administrative associate and speeds up the process," said project manager Cindy Espinoza.

In most cases, the account will be activated when the employee attends the Human Resources Day One orientation session. However, if the new employee requires access before the orientation session, it can be provided.

Find detailed information about the new account process at the UTSA Network Account Information web page.

For more information about the new process, email



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