If your supervisor does not provide this information, contact the User Services Office at x7194 or x7105.
In most cases, your Network Authorization Account (username) will be of your last name or 1st initial and last name. (For example: smith or msmith for Mark Smith)Your e-mail address will consist of your username at the domain pitt.edu. (For example: Mark Smith’s e-mail address would be: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Your assigned password will probably consist of the last 4 digits of your SS# and then the middle two. (For example, 678945 if your SS# was 123-45-6789. )You should change your password for security sake once you've learned to access the network. To change your password, go to the Accounts Management website at http://accounts.pitt.edu and click Change Account Password. All password problems should be directed to Rob Eckenrod, the campus accounts administrator, 114 Biddle, x7105. Do not allow other people access your account and/or use your e-mail. There are severe penalties for misuse of the University network, e-mail and the Internet.