Students, faculty, and staff require UDelNet accounts to access online resources like email, the Web, research, and administrative systems. UDelNet accounts are tied to a physical card, the ONEcard, which is physically used on campus in locations like the Carpenter Sports Building and the Morris Library.
The University provides users with two primary methods of identification and authentication:
All students currently enrolled at the University have access to a UDelNet account, which is used for email, UDSIS, and other identification purposes. This status is maintained over winter/summer sessions.
If a student is currently enrolled but does not have an active UDelNet account, he should go to the University ID Card office immediately.
If an individual is currently affiliated but does not have an active account, he should contact the University ID Card office. The interface between the University ID Card (i-card) and an active UDelNet account is automatic. Therefore, if there is an error in status, it must be corrected by the ID Card office.
The sponsor coordinates and supervises procedures to provide access and needed training for sponsored individuals. The sponsor must assure that all policies and procedures that pertain are adhered to. At fiscal year end, the sponsor assumes responsibility for reviewing and removing access for individuals for whom it is no longer appropriate.