Your UTD-ID is the number on your Comet Card and it would have been issued to you by mail when your application to UTD was processed. It is a ten digit number that acts as the unique identifier for your account (e.g.1234567890; older Comet Cards may have 8 digits*).
Your UTD-ID is used for business purposes on-campus to protect the privacy of your Social Security Number. Don’t disclose your UTD-ID to off-campus individuals. The Help Desk will only ever request the last five digits for identification purposes.
Use your UTD-ID and Date of Birth to pick up your NetID and create a password at netid.utdallas.edu.
Your NetID is a Network account, used to access campus computing resources. It usually begins with your initials followed by numbers (e.g., abc123456). Your NetID is associated with a network password (update your password at https://netid.utdallas.edu/) . Keep your password secret.
Use your NetID and password to access the UT Dallas network, check your @utdallas.edu email, and UTD systems including:
For further information about the NetID and how to guides such as how to reset the password, please refer to the NetID How To page.
The Comet Card is the official identification card for all UT Dallas students, faculty, and staff. The card allows the use of campus facilities and services and offers optional campus accounts for on-campus purchases and payments.
Your Comet Card is issued upon your initial association with UT Dallas and must be retained throughout your affiliation with the University, even though you may not attend consecutive semesters. The card is automatically activated, or deactivated, based on your current status with the University.
For more information, please visit: http://www.utdallas.edu/cometcenter/cometcard/
A student’s account service level is automatically determined based on the activity of the student’s account. New applicants will be set to Webapps Only, enabling them to login to their Galaxy account to update their information, check admission status, and access to other resources such as the UTD wireless network. After a student is enrolled, their account moves to Standard at the beginning of a semester, giving them full access to UTD resources for the duration of the semester. If a student is not actively enrolled, their account will age, restricting usage of campus resources.
For more information, please visit: http://www.utdallas.edu/oit/howto/netid/ and select Net ID Service Levels
The Galaxy portal allows students to sign up for classes and access their student information, including grades, class schedule, personal information, and application status. There are also links to the Office 365 email server where students can check their UTD email account.
If you are not able to login to Galaxy, please try clearing your browser’s cache or using a different browser that may have different settings by default. Log in to the NetID website to verify that your password and account policies are up to date.
If you are still unable to login, please contact the help desk for further assistance.
Student email inboxes are hosted on the Office 365 platform. You can access the login portal by finding the bookmark in Galaxy under My Email and selecting Office 365, or by going directly to http://outlook.office365.com/
To login, please use [email protected] as your username, and the same password you use to login to the NetID website and Galaxy.
Actively enrolled students have access to the Office 365 Online suite. Students will need to login to the Office 365 Portal to access and view their email. A bookmark to the email service can be found by logging in to the Galaxy portal and selecting Office 365 under My Email
The following resources are included with Office 365:
eLearning provides students with online resources for the classes that they are currently enrolled in. Students can login to eLearning with their NetID and password. Courses will be made available to students to access at the start of the new semester.
Coursebook allows students to browse the course catalog for upcoming semesters, view class evaluations from previous semesters, find syllabi for offered courses, view instructor and course information, and submit online evaluations at the end of a term.
If you need additional help or have questions about CourseBook, please contact the Provost’s Technology Group at the following email address: [email protected]. For telephone assistance, please call 972-883-6969.
The Registrar is responsible for registering students and maintenance of your academic record, ie. change of grades, majors, transfer work equivalency and degree conferrals.
The Registrar is located in the Student Services Building (SSB). Please see the front desk for assistance.
For more information, please visit: http://www.utdallas.edu/registrar/
The bursar is the university official who
The Bursars Office is located in the Student Service Building (SSB), room 2.300.
For more information, please visit: http://www.utdallas.edu/bursar/
The Office of Financial Aid provides federal, state, and institutional financial assistance to eligible students to enable them to meet their personal and educational goals.
The Financial Aid office is located in the Student Services Building (SSB). Please see the front desk for assistance.
For more information, please visit: https://www.utdallas.edu/student/finaid/
The International Student Services Office (ISSO) provides immigration advising and benefit processing for the University’s growing international student population.
The ISSO is located in the Student Services Building, SSB 3.400
For more information, please visit: http://www.utdallas.edu/isso/
University Housing offers on‑campus living options for UT Dallas students who appreciate the comfort of home within walking distance to class.
Contact information for Housing at UTD varies depending on the obtained lease. Please visit http://www.utdallas.edu/housing/contact/ to find the correct office information.
For more information, please visit: http://www.utdallas.edu/housing/
University advisors provide information about university policies and procedures, class offerings and registration, degree requirements and planning, graduation procedures, official records, campus and community resources, and career advising.
To find the advisor for your program, please visit: http://oue.utdallas.edu/undergraduate-advising/undergraduate-advisors/
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