Accounts and Access

myUTSA ID Accounts and Passphrase

The University provides faculty, staff, and students a variety of computing resources and online services. A myUTSA ID and passphrase is required to access most of these services.

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Automated Student Access Program (ASAP)

ASAP access allows UTSA students, faculty, and staff to register for classes, add and drop classes, order a parking permit, apply for graduation, check registration status, and more.

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Create a new account or access banner services. Banner works with WebXtender, ApplicationXtender, ScanXtender, and Appworx. UTSA faculty and staff can use these tools to view original documents, run reports, or scan new documents in the BANNER database.

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EC500 (Extension to Cellular)

The EC500 feature allows you to answer a call sent to your desk phone from your cell phone. If you are away from your desk phone, the call will switch over to your cell phone after two rings.

For general information: /OldSitePages/FacultyAndStaffServices-old/DataAndVoice/PhoneServices/Cisco/EC500.

myUTSA Accounts

A page to easily access your UTSA accounts.

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The + symbolizes that the account has been enhanced with a two-factor authentication service. Currently, to access UTSA VPN, a two-factor account is needed.

For general information: /OldSitePages/FacultyAndStaffServices-old/DataAndVoice/VirtualPrivateNetworkVPN.


Reset your UTSA passphrase using our portal.

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Two-factor Authentication

A password is a single factor needed to gain access to a system. In two-factor authentication, gaining access requires having a unique object or token, such as your phone, in your possession, in addition to your password. Duo, UTSA's two-factor authentication tool, will help increase information security and protect your data. Using a mobile phone is the recommended method for setting up two-factor authentication. Duo with your smartphone (and other devices capable of receiving SMS or text messages) will protect your credentials by providing multi-factor authentication, eliminating the need for a separate one-time password.

For general information: /OldSitePages/FacultyAndStaffServices-old/Security/TwoFactorAuthentication1.

UT Research Cyberinfrastructure (UTRC)

The UT Research Cyberinfrastructure (UTRC) offers the 14 institutionscentral and distributed technologies that allows researchers to develop applications, manage, and analyze data while working with other researchers in the UT system.

For general information: /OldSitePages/FacultyAndStaffServices-old/DataAndVoice/NetworkOfferings.