My UAlbany Student Portal

Log into your student account to access your schedule on albany.edu/myualbany.   Whether you are a student or an employee of the University at Albany, My U Albany is the place for you. Check your ualbany email, grades, OneDrive and more, all by logging into your account. Browse through the variety of different subheadings to help you navigate your way around the page depending on what kind of information you’re looking for.

The University at Albany, State University of New York is located in New York’s capital city. It currently offers its nearly 20,000 students the opportunities of a major research university inside of a nurturing environment designed to foster success. Students can choose from over 100 different undergraduate major and minors. Those considering graduate school also have over 100 different programs to choose from. Many of these different graduate programs are nationally ranked, making the school very desirable for students.



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Logging Into Your MyUAlbany Account



If you are a student of the University at Albany who is looking to access your My U Albany Student Account, you can use the “my STUDENT LOG ON” button in order to do so. Activating this button with redirect you to a page that will ask you to provide your Net ID and Password into the appropriate fields in order to log on. If you are having issues logging in, you can use the few links that are available on the bottom of the page. These include: Check Browser, Password Set/Reset, Need Help?

If you are a member of the University at Albany faculty, you can use the “my EMPLOYEE LOG ON” button in order to access your account. Much like the student portal, this will redirect you to a page that will ask you to provide both your employee Net ID and your password for My Albany.



Keep in mind that the My Albany Computer system is designed and reserved for people with authorized use only. If you use it, you represent that you are authorized to do so and you agree to protect and maintain the security, integrity and confidentiality of not only the system but also the information stored on it.

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From the homepage you can also view different announcements meant for students and employees of the University of Albany as well as different events that are going on for the day.

FAQ

What is my UAlbany NetID?

Your NetID is a unique personal identifier composed of the first initial of your first and last name followed by six random numbers. Your NetID will be displayed on the final screen when you complete the Password Set process.

How many credits do you need to graduate UAlbany?

120A student must earn a minimum of 120 acceptable graduation credits to be eligible for graduation from the University. Acceptable graduation credit is as follows: Credit accepted by transfer. Credit earned through approved proficiency examinations.

How do I find my UAlbany ID number?

"What is my UAlbany ID?" Your UAlbany ID is the one that starts with three or four zeroes; if you do not know it, you can look it up in MyUAlbany. Click on "Demographic Data" under "Other Important Links" on the left hand side of the screen. Your ID number will be near the top of your screen.

Is University at Albany a good school?

University at Albany's emphasis on high quality education, combined with its overall low net price, delivers students a great value for the money. This earned UAlbany a #186 ranking on the Best Colleges for the Money list, when compared to other colleges and universities nationwide.

What is my UAlbany NetID?

Your NetID is a unique personal identifier composed of the first initial of your first and last name followed by six random numbers. Your NetID will be displayed on the final screen when you complete the Password Set process.

How many credits do you need to graduate UAlbany?

120A student must earn a minimum of 120 acceptable graduation credits to be eligible for graduation from the University. Acceptable graduation credit is as follows: Credit accepted by transfer. Credit earned through approved proficiency examinations.

How do I find my UAlbany ID number?

"What is my UAlbany ID?" Your UAlbany ID is the one that starts with three or four zeroes; if you do not know it, you can look it up in MyUAlbany. Click on "Demographic Data" under "Other Important Links" on the left hand side of the screen. Your ID number will be near the top of your screen.

Is University at Albany a good school?

University at Albany's emphasis on high quality education, combined with its overall low net price, delivers students a great value for the money. This earned UAlbany a #186 ranking on the Best Colleges for the Money list, when compared to other colleges and universities nationwide.

What is my UAlbany NetID?

Your NetID is a unique personal identifier composed of the first initial of your first and last name followed by six random numbers. Your NetID will be displayed on the final screen when you complete the Password Set process.

How many credits do you need to graduate UAlbany?

120A student must earn a minimum of 120 acceptable graduation credits to be eligible for graduation from the University. Acceptable graduation credit is as follows: Credit accepted by transfer. Credit earned through approved proficiency examinations.

How do I find my UAlbany ID number?

"What is my UAlbany ID?" Your UAlbany ID is the one that starts with three or four zeroes; if you do not know it, you can look it up in MyUAlbany. Click on "Demographic Data" under "Other Important Links" on the left hand side of the screen. Your ID number will be near the top of your screen.

Is University at Albany a good school?

University at Albany's emphasis on high quality education, combined with its overall low net price, delivers students a great value for the money. This earned UAlbany a #186 ranking on the Best Colleges for the Money list, when compared to other colleges and universities nationwide.