NetID

What is a NetID?

The NetID is a UM login credential that allows campus users to connect to many web-based systems and applications with the same login and password.

The NetID format is two letters (first initial, last initial) and six numbers (e.g. "ab123456"). An “e” on the end indicates that it is an employee (e.g. "ab123456e") NetID. The initial password is the last six digits of the University ID (the 790 number)

What is my NetID?

To find your NetID go to Login.umt.edu and click on "What is my NetID?" 

What is it used for?

Access to the following primary systems (and many others)

  • UMConnect (students only)
  • CyberBear
  • Remote library resources
  • UM Online Moodle
  • Wireless
  • VPN
  • Academic Planner