2-factor authentication (2FA) is an extra layer of security designed to prevent unauthorized access to your personal information. It requires you to verify your identity twice—once with your password and once with your mobile device—before you can access sensitive information within FSU systems.
Once a Nole, always a Nole. The following technology services are available to you even after you graduate. From lifetime email access to a complimentary LinkedIn Learning account, ITS is here to support you in years to come, wherever the road may lead you.
Accounts and Access
Your FSUID is your username for signing in and accessing many Florida State University systems and resources, including myFSU Portal, Canvas, OMNI and Wi-Fi. FSUIDs are issued to all prospective students, student applicants, students, faculty, staff and some FSU guests and vendors.
myFSU Portal serves as a personal gateway to the links, tools and resources you need to be successful at Florida State University. As a student, you have quick access to your courses and finances, where you can manage everything from financial aid to adding and dropping classes.
Administrative and Business
InCommon Federation is the go-to resource for accessing global research and scholarly collaboration tools. Through InCommon Federation, FSU faculty, staff, students and researchers have access to thousands of global research, library and university databases.
Communication and Collaboration
Need a department’s contact information fast? The FSU directory makes it easy to find department addresses and phone numbers accessible online or via our touch tone phone system.
Desktop and Mobile Computing
The ITS Service Desk is the first point of contact for students, faculty, staff, alumni, retirees and visitor
Trouble connecting to Wi-Fi? Have a payroll question? Need a copier? The FSU Service Center, powered by Salesforce Service Cloud, is a customer support system that makes it easy to get (and give) help with general university questions, tech troubles and more.
Wi-Fi and Connectivity
Eduroam, also known as education roaming, is a secure, world-wide roaming access service created with the research and education community in mind.
FSUGuest is a wi-fi network created for guests of Florida State University to provide free easy-access, public Wi-Fi to guests on FSU campuses.
FSUSecure is the primary Wi-Fi network on FSU campuses available for students, faculty and staff.