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The Oxford account (also called Single Sign-On or SSO) provides a high-security username and password system enabling you to access a variety of University and departmental services using one set of account details. Students will be emailed details to the external email address registered with Student Records, a few days after their signed returned University Contract has been processed.

If you do not receive a letter/email, please contact your local IT staff or the OUCS Help Centre via Help Request Form (

A personal email account is set up automatically at the same time as a new Oxford Single Sign-On account and the email facility will be operational as soon as the Oxford account is activated.

Please make a note of your account details and bring them to your IT Induction.

Wireless Access in the Priory and Library (Hall main building)

You will be given instructions about how to connect to the network during your IT induction.

Wireless Access in St John St (Hall Housing)

You can connect to the wireless network in two ways - Eduroam or OWL. You can also use Eduroam and Owl in the following locations.

Wireless usage is subject to ICTC Regulations and Wireless Regulations.

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