Student IT account

Your account is the base from which to explore the University’s extensive online and digital offerings.

You will need a valid student ID to access your accounts, which is the letter 'c' then your seven-digit student number (for example: c1234567). You will also need to enter your password.

Setting up your account – New students

Log in to myHub using your application number (found on your offer letter) and date of birth (DDMM)

Login page

There will be a processing period of six hours, after which you follow the same steps to log into myHub again.

Click on 'Student Login Details' and your student number and program code will be displayed.

Write this information down, as you will need it again, then click on 'Activate Account'.

Open the NUaccess Activate User Account utility for students.

Activate student account page

Enter your Student Number, date of birth and the program code you wrote down in Step 1.

Click the checkbox beside "I'm not a robot", then complete the Captcha test and click Next.

NB: If you have any problems activating your account you may need to try a different browser, such as Internet Explorer, Safari etc.

Read the policy, then click the 'I Accept' button if you agree to the University Computing and Communications Facilities Terms and Conditions.

Accept terms of use page

Set password page

Enter a new password, re-enter your new password to confirm, then click 'Save'.

Account activation complete page

The Account Activation Complete page will be displayed, meaning your account is now active and ready to use!

Current, returning or continuing students

You don't need to activate your student account again, as your existing username and password are still valid.

If you have forgotten your password, access the NUaccess Reset Password utility.

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