Changing and Resetting Passwords
Many of the university accounts given to members of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) community share the same user name but do in fact have different passwords. By using the Self-Service Password Reset Form (reset.uncg.edu), users can reset passwords for all of the default accounts at one time. This is also the quickest way to change the majority of your passwords at one time. For more information on the various account types, visit Account Descriptions.
- See Choosing a Strong Password for guideliness on how to choose a password for your UNCG accounts and for tips on safe computing with passwords.
- If you are unable to change your password, please feel free to contact 6-TECH at 336-256-TECH (8324).
- Users are locked out of some systems after a number of unsuccessful login attempts. If you have reset your password and are still unable to log into a system, you should contact 6-TECH at 336-256-TECH (8324).
Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR)
This form will allow you to reset any or all of the following accounts if you have forgotten the passwords: iSpartan, GCN, UNIX, and/or Banner. For details on how to use SSPR, visit Using SSPR. If you continue to have problems, please contact 6-TECH at 336-256-TECH (8324).
UNCGenie: UNCG Information System
UNCGenie has its own authentication system based upon your university ID and a Personal Identification Number (PIN). This system has a "GetMyPin feature" that can be used to generate a new PIN (if you've forgotten yours, for example).. The system uses email addresses and/or mailing addresses stored in Banner by your admitting or HR office. If you are unable to use the GetMyPin tool, contact the UNCG office through which you were admitted or hired.
Related Tools and Information
- Banner Runtime Access account passwords can be changed from within the Banner System by using the Banner System GUAPSWD form. You must have a Banner Runtime Access account to use this form. For more information, please read the Instructions for Using the GUAPSWD Form.
- For information about resetting the keychain in Mac OS X, see Mac Keychain Issues and Password Reset.