Updated On February 20, 2015 - 10:26am – 2 Minute Read

The UCLA Logon Page Is Changing

The IAMUCLA Team announces the UCLA Logon page’s new look and feel coming on August 30, 2015.

Have you logged in using UCLA’s Logon page lately? That familiar Single Sign-On (SSO) page that thousands of UCLA users regularly use to log into applications and services such as MyUCLA, Google Apps, and CCLE, is about to get a new look and feel.

The IAMUCLA team has been hard at work making sure that the new UCLA Logon update, which will be released on August 30, 2015, is implemented smoothly across campus.

UCLA Logon Page’s New Look

What is the first thing you’ll notice when logging into the new SSO page? Instead of UCLA’s current Logon page, a new Logon page will greet you, featuring Los Angeles’ beautiful skyline.

For a detailed explanation, please view this short video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-yY3DLixWw.

One nice upgrade is that the new UCLA Logon page will be responsive, meaning it can be viewed on different devices such as mobile phones or tablets.

What Do You Need to Do?

Most users do not need to do anything to prepare for this update. Simply type in your same UCLA Logon ID and password like before, and you will log into your desired application or service.

For maximum performance and security, the new UCLA Logon page will work best in modern browsers (i.e., recent versions of Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and Internet Explorer 9+). Therefore, you may want to update your browser before August 30, 2015, if you’re running an older version.

Finding out More

Please check back here for updated announcements regarding this upgrade. If you have questions or would like to speak to someone, please contact Client Support at clientsupport@it.ucla.edu.