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If you have graduated or are not returning to TU, your NetID account will be disabled 18 months after you graduated or stopped attending TU and deleted three months later.  Here’s a checklist of things that you will need to take care of before your account is disabled. This includes instructions on how to backup your Outlook email and OneDrive files.
This article covers some of the special considerations around logging out of individual apps that are integrated with Single Sign-On (SSO).
A brief overview and some Q&A on the employee transfer notification.
[Faculty and Staff] A Guest NetID is intended for individuals associated with the university who may need access to an authenticated university computing service. This includes campus desktops, servers, SharePoint sites, Remote Desktop Gateway, Virtual Workspace or VPN. Each Guest NetID is sponsored by one or more faculty or staff members. These sponsors can manage certain aspects of their sponsored Guest NetIDs.
[Faculty and Staff] Retirees and faculty emeritus can continue to use their same NetID after they leave the university, which allows for continued access to a subset of services.
[Faculty and Staff] This article helps with Requesting Guest NetIDs.
[Faculty and Student] This article helps with Requesting Student Employee Access to File Shares.
[Faculty and Staff] This article helps with Requesting Student Employee Access to PeopleSoft HCM, Towson Online Services or Stratus Financials and Student Employee Access to Other Systems.
[Faculty and Student] This article helps with Requesting a Server Admin NetID.