You can access your UD email acount through G Suite (formerly Google Apps). You will log in using your UDelNet ID and password.
Wait...what's a UDelNet ID? What about my UD ID?
Your UDelNet ID is the portion of your UD email before the @udel.edu. This is also called your username.
Your UD ID is the 9 digit number listed on the bottom of your UD ONEcard which you will receive during New Student Orientaiton (NSO).
Computers, printers, laptops, televisions, gaming consoles, and more.
IT staff can help you decide what tech products to purchase (and help you find deals) based on your computer needs (gaming, graphic design, creating documents and presentations, statistical analyses, etc.). We support a variety of devices including wireless printers, gaming consoles, Apple TVs, Chromecasts, and more. However, we do not support personal wireless access points.
Security Checklist: Properly protecting your devices is required before you can connect to the University Wi-Fi
At a very basic level, securing your data, your devices, and yourself takes five steps:
Learn more about your computer and information security responsibilites as a UD student at Secure UD.
Use My UD to quickly search over 700+ UD resources to find what you're looking for, add your most used forms or apps to your favorites, and rate them.
Throughout your time at UD you will need to access many online forms and applications to register for classes, check the bus schedule, or reserve a room in the library, so My UD will really come in handy.