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Who needs a UT EID, and why?

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Article Number : KB0014953
Published on : 2020-12-15
Last modified : 2020-12-15 16:31:16
Knowledge Base : IT Public Self Help

The UT EID is an electronic identifier – your “user name” with The University of Texas at Austin. If you are associated with the university or if you need to complete online transactions with the university, you need a UT EID. A UT EID is not necessary to access public information online, such as the library catalog.


If you are a... You can use a UT EID to...
Prospective Student Submit test scores, high school transcripts, and an application to the university.
Current Student Register for classes, check grades, access online course information, pay bills, etc.
Faculty, Staff, or Visitor Access payroll, benefit, and W-2 information, and use secure online services.
Parent or Guest Sign up for campus visits and use the eProxy system, etc.
Former Student, Alumnus Order transcripts, apply for re-admission, enroll in continuing and professional education.
Former Employee, Retiree Access online benefit information, etc.
Other Become a library patron, donate to the university, etc.





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