Contact IT for Help
Biola Jabber: x.4740
The following services don't use your NetID, requiring their own unique login credentials:
In fact, you may already have one. Anyone who attended Biola during or after 1989 should have a NetID. If you don’t know your NetID or if you have not been issued a NetID, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
New students receive a NetID automatically when they submit their required deposit. All students must go through the first time access process to set their password.
New staff and faculty automatically receive a NetID within 24 hours of their start date. Before using their NetID staff and faculty must go through the first time access process to set their NetID password.
Your NetID is a part of your permanent university record, and will never be assigned to another person.
NetIDs are only available to individuals directly affiliated with Biola University.
Your NetID is for your exclusive personal use. It is a violation of Network Usage Policy to share your NetID and password. If someone has your NetID and password, this person can look up or change personal and confidential information about you, including your benefits package, tax information, grades, address, email account, and emergency contact information.
You are the only person who should ever use your NetID and password. Likewise, you should never use anyone else’s NetID and password, even if the owner says that it is okay.
The my.account.biola.edu login page uses SSL encryption to ensure that your username and password are secure. This is reflected in the URL (https://myaccount.biola.edu).