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Students: Activate Your UVa Email Account

New Admits: You must wait 72 hours after accepting your offer of admission and paying your admission deposit (if required) before you may start this.

Get Started Now: Activate Your UVa Email Account

  1. Familiarize yourself with your computing responsibilities by reading the Responsible Computing Handbook for UVa Students and/or by watching the Responsible Computing video, “When I go to UVa...”:
  2. Complete the Responsible Computing Tutorial with a score of 100% (there are no trick questions), and agree to abide by UVa’s computing policies.
  3. Access your new UVa Gmail account! View more info about UVa student email.

Later: Access Other Systems As Well

Temporary Password Now, Permanent Password Later

Once you arrive on Grounds as a new student for Orientation, you will be able to move from a temporary to a Permanent password by obtaining your UVa ID card & PassPhrase. Learn more about the New Student Process from Passwords & ID Verification to Accounts & Wireless.

UVa student getting her picture taken for a UVa ID card

  Page Updated: Wednesday 2014-06-18 12:44:47 EDT

Standards & Policy

University of Virginia
Information Technology Services
2015 Ivy Road
P.O. Box 400324
Charlottesville, Virginia, 22904-4324 USA

UVa Help Desk: 434-924-HELP (434-924-4357) •

Page Updated: 2014-06-18; © 2014 by the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia.

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