Who needs a UT EID, and why?
The UT EID is an electronic identifier - your "user name" with The University of Texas. If you are associated with the university or if you need to complete online transactions with the university, you need a UT EID. A UT EID is not necessary to access public information online, such as the UTNetCAT library catalog.
|If you are a...||You can use a UT EID to...|
|Prospective Student||Submit test scores, high school transcripts, and an application to the university.|
|Job Applicant||Submit a job application and resume to the university.|
|Current Student||Register for classes, check grades, access online course information, pay for bills, etc.|
|Faculty, Staff, or Official Visitor||Access payroll, benefit, and W-2 information, and use secure online services in UT Direct, etc.|
|Parent or Guest||Sign up for campus visits and use the eProxy system, etc.|
|Former Student, Alumnus||Order transcripts, apply for re-admission, enroll in continuing and professional education.|
|Former Employee, Retiree||Access online benefit information, etc.|
|University of Texas Institutions||Access business applications, such as the accounting system, post and receive job applications.|
|Other||Become a library patron, participate in the University Interscholastic League, donate to the university, etc.|