Coming in January 2017 a Downstate NetID will be required to access the SUNY Secure Login. Please continue to use your email login until the final changeover is complete.
Fortunately, the majority of users in the campus and hospital already have and use a NetID for Wi-Fi access, logging into windows computers and for VPN.
In the coming months, your NetID will be used to login to most systems at SUNY Downstate.
New students receive their NetID during the admission process.
Students who don't receive their NetID before they arrive on campus, or during registration, should fill out an online NetID Assistance Request or contact the Office of Academic Computing & Technology during live drop-in hours.
New faculty, staff and residents receive their unique Downstate NetIDs as part of the orientation process at Downstate.
Yes, your NetID is a part of your permanent university record. It will never be assigned to another individual.
If you are accidentally assigned a new NetID, your department's HR representative should contact the IT Service Desk and explain the situation.
No, once you graduate, your NetID will no longer be functional unless rejoin the campus in some function.
No, if you have a NetID from another campus, it will not be supported at Downstate.
After the cutover in January, 2017, everyone employed by SUNY Downstate will need a NetID for Time and Attendance and Wi-Fi access. Please continue to use your email login until the final changeover is complete.
Faculty and Staff, as well as affiliates, also need a NetID in order to maintain their individual listings in the SUNY Downstate Directory.
No. Your NetID is for your exclusive use only and it is strictly against DMC policy to share your password with a third party. Violators are subject to termination. For further information, refer to your Supervisor or Dean.
Fill out an online NetID Assistance Request.
No, an individual may only have one NetID.
If you are unsure of your NetID, click here
Need further assistance? Fill out an online NetID Assistance Request