No worries! If you’ve forgotten your password to your JohnsonU.edu email, Sakai, Office365 or the Campus Portal, you can easily reset it at http://www.johnsonu.edu/password. Resetting your password is dependent upon selecting a security question and password when you initially change your password from what was given to you by the Admissions office. If you’ve forgotten your password and you have not yet selected a security question and answer, you’ll need to contact IT directly.
I know my password, and want to change it:
You must know your current password to change it. If you have forgotten your password and have provided a security question and answer, you can reset your password. If you have not provided a security question and answer you must contact IT by phone during normal business hours to initate a password reset. Using the password change page changes your password for all of the following sites/services:
This article includes information about the My Workspace area of Sakai.
Once you login to Sakai, you’ll be presented with the My Workspace area, which includes the Message Of The Day, Message Center Notifications, Calendar and Recent Announcements. My Workspace also gives you access to the following navigation buttons to the left:
Membership (lets you see all the sites/courses you are a member of, if the course site is unpublished, only instructors in the course can see it)
Account (a simple summary of your account information)
Profile (provides a place to put information you want to share with others including a photo of yourself and contact information; the photo from your profile is used in Forums to denote your authorship)
Resources (Sakai’s version of personal cloud storage – up to 1GB)
Schedule (a very simple calendar)
Preferences (the place you to go customize course tabs, notifications, time zone and language settings)
Wiki (a simple wiki tool)
Worksite Setup (where faculty go to create new course sites)
Evaluation System (not used)
Help (Sakai’s Help Knowledge Base)
Some of these areas are used more by faculty than students, but all show up for both.
My Workspace also allows you to see the ‘drawer’ at the top, by clicking on the More Sites button, showing all course sites you are a member of, which appear in the My Active Sites are of Preferences.
Once you’ve been cleared by your adviser, login to CampusConnect with your student ID (6 digits) and PIN (4 digit) at www.johnsonu.edu/campus. Once logged in follow the onscreen menus and instructions to register for your classes.
This article includes information on what your username and password are for most services available to you as a student or faculty member.
Usernames and passwords are typically issued within 30 days from the time you’ve been accepted and confirmed that you’ll be attending Johnson University or after you’ve been officially hired as a faculty or staff member.
Passwords must meet minimum constraints for password strength including the following:
minimum 8 characters in length AND
must include at least 1 upper case letter AND
must include at least 1 number OR must include at least 1 symbol AND
may not be any form of your name
Passwords used as a means to keep data secure, they should be something that is easy for you to remember AND hard for someone else to guess. Changing your password from time to time helps to decrease the possibility for unauthorized access to your University account data. Passwords are initially issued by the University IT Department.
If you’re logging onto a University owned classroom or lab PC computer you can change your password by holding holding holding down CTRL+ALT and pressing the Delete key.
An authorized username and password typically will give you access to the following services/sites:
Click here to find out how to get into CampusConnect or FacultyAccess.
Use only the first part of your email address before the @ symbol to login to eLibrary Services.
In most cases when dealing with services or sites related to your status as a student for faculty member, your username is your full Johnson University email address. Student and Faculty/Staff email addresses follow a common syntax, as outlined below:
For example, if your name is Jamie Smith, and you are a student, your username (and email address) would be:
For example, if your name was Ashley Johnson and you are a faculty or staff member, your username (and email address) would be:
Students receive their official usernames from the Admissions Office upon full completion of the application, acceptance and intent to attend process. Faculty/Staff receive their usernames upon full completion of the hiring process.
These services use a separate authentication mechanism, which may or may not be the same as mentioned above: