About my UniKey
- What is a UniKey?
- What can I access with my UniKey?
- Why do I need money/credit on my UniKey?
- What is the code of conduct for accessing ICT services using my UniKey?
Your UniKey is a login and password that provides you with access to e-facilities provided to University of Sydney students. UniKey details can be found on your confirmation of enrolment letter. If you are an international student, you will receive your UniKey once you have officially enrolled at the University.
Below are the key services that can be accessed using your UniKey account.
|MyUni||Use your UniKey account to log in to MyUni student portal and online Student Administration Services.|
|The University's email system is called Sydney Mail. You log into the Sydney Mail system using your email address and your UniKey password.|
eLearning (previously WebCT)
|Some Units of Study provide study resources such as lecture notes, recordings and assessment details online. These can be accessed online using the University's learning management system known as eLearning.|
|Student software||Use your UniKey to access the installation files for University-licensed student software.|
|University wireless network||If you want to use your personal computer or mobile phone to browse the internet and access online resources using the University's wireless network you will need your UniKey account.|
As well as accessing the free services listed in the table above, you can use your UniKey account to print at ICT computing spaces, pay library fines online, purchase study notes, as well as login to many other University systems.
All use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) resources, including your UniKey account and the services attached to this account, are governed by the University's Code of Conduct and Conditions of Use and also outlined in the Policy on the Use of University ICT Resources.
When you activate your UniKey account, you are prompted to read the code of conduct and cannot continue without agreeing to the terms. Non-compliance with the terms of the ICT Resources policy and code of conduct will be investigated and may lead to the termination of your enrolment.