Departmental Accounts

Many services provided by KU Information Technology require an account (username and password) to use the service. The KU Online ID gives you access to most online services. The links below are to the online registration pages or form downloads needed to request these accounts. Most accounts are available for the KU community (students, staff, and faculty) but a few are restricted as noted.

Email Accounts
Departmental email accounts may be requested by downloading and completing the Email Account Request Form. More information.

Departmental resource accounts are used for rooms or equipment scheduling. Accounts may be requested by downloading and completing the Resource Account Request Form.

KU Group Lists and ListProc lists are email discussion lists. KU Group Lists are Exchange-based and are restricted to KU participants. ListProc lists can be created for both KU and non-KU participants. More information.

Temporary Sponsored Accounts
Provides access to electronic services for campus temporary hires (non-HR), contractors, vendors, guests, groups, etc. Accounts for individuals or groups may be requested at the Sponsored Temporary Account page.

Research Accounts
Research accounts on the Instruction and Research Server (IRES) are available for KU faculty and researchers who need access to statistical software and CPU-intensive numerical processing. To request an account, complete the account request form. More information.

Questions about creating personal or departmental accounts should be directed to the IT Customer Service Center at 864-8080 or

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