Why doesn't my UNI work any more?


Question:

Why doesn't my UNI work any more?

Answer:

The privileges associated with your University Network ID (UNI) may indicate that you do not hold current status as a Columbia University student, faculty or staff member.

Access to some e-resources may be restricted if you do not have a current student, faculty or staff affiliation.

If you have been denied access for the first time, it is likely that you had been granted extended access during a grace period that has since elapsed.

If you are not able to log in, and you are currently a Columbia student, faculty or staff member, consult the E-mail & Computing: Computer Support page.