Saint Xavier NetID Account

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All SXU faculty, staff, and students receive a SXU NetID account which grants you access to your SXU Email, SXU network, and a wide variety of online services.
Where is a SXU NetID used?
An increasing number of technology services on campus require the use of a netID and password for access, including the following:
  • Faculty and Staff Services
    • Office 365
    • File services
    • Workstation access
    • Self-Service
    • MyCourses
    • Room Reservation
    • mySxu
  • Student Services
    • myMail
    • Workstation access
    • CLAWS
    • Canvas

Get a netID

Faculty and Staff

Current faculty and staff may request a netID and password by completing the netID Request form (PDF) and returning it to Information Services in room S-121 in the Warde Academic Center. Staff and faculty receive a netID consisting of their initials followed by a number (e.g., wtr1).



A netID and password are automatically created for all newly registered students and sent to them by U.S. Mail. It is not necessary to fill out an account request form.Students receive a netID consisting of their first and last initials followed by five digits (e.g., br99901).  Be careful not to confuse the letter "l' and the number one, or the letter "o" and the number zero.  Remember that the first two characters of your netID are letters and the last five characters are numbers.



Students who graduate may keep their netID and myMail account. However, for those who graduated before the current netID system was established, a netID and myMail account may be requested through the Alumni Relations office.
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