Your IT Account
All registered Students are given their own University IT account.
Your account will provide you with access to email, file space, Blackboard e-learning portal and other useful University resources.
You must abide by the University's IT Regulations for the use of computer hardware and software.
Welcome to Bucks New University!
Top 4 things to do once you’re here!
To get started with the IT services at Bucks, it’s really important to complete the following 4 steps.You will not be able to do these steps until you have been issued with your Student ID card.
STEP 1: Identify your Username & Password
Your username will be your student ID number: e.g. 20905674
Your password will be your DATE OF BIRTH: e.g. 01‐SEP‐87 (note the CAPITALS!)
This will be username for all IT services (logging into systems, online e-learning, etc)
STEP 2: Change your password
Do ensure you change your password after your first log in!
STEP 3: Forward your email
As a student you also get a bucks.ac.uk email address. Your Bucks New University email address will be your-student IDemail@example.com e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org. To ensure you do not miss any important communications, it is vital you set up forwarding of your Bucks email to a valid personal email address.
Click here to learn how to forward your emails.
STEP 4: Get Online!
Our “eduroam” Wi-Fi service is available to all students on all campuses. To connect, enter your Bucks New University email address (e.g. email@example.com) and your password.
Click here to know more about the Network and Wi-Fi Services at Bucks.
Usernames, passwords and e-mail addresses for returning students will remain the same as last year.
If you have forgotten your password, you can change your password.
Learn how to change your password here.
Click here for Password FAQs.
If you have difficulties logging in, please contact IT Service Desk.
All coursework left on your G drive will be deleted after you graduate, so please make sure to save any files you might need in your personal devices, as soon as you finish your final term.