Updated On December 11, 2017 - 11:28am

Use Your MedNet ID for UCLA Single Sign On

We're happy to announce that, starting December 19, you will be able to use your MedNet ID for UCLA Single Sign On (SSO).

What Does This Mean?

Previously, only employees, students and other campus affiliates with a UCLA Logon ID were able to use SSO to access a UCLA application. However, with the new MedNet implementation on December 19, employees can sign in using their MedNet ID instead. 

Whenever you sign into a UCLA application using SSO, the identity management system authenticates you and makes sure the right people access the right resources. There are currently hundreds of web applications across the UCLA campus and the higher education community that are SSO-enabled. Now, it is even more convenient to access them.

How Does This Affect MedNet Users?

UCLA Health departments will no longer be exempt from UCLA Logon MFA. All UCLA faculty, staff, student workers, visiting scholars, graduate student researchers, and others with an active appointment at UCLA need to enroll in UCLA Logon MFA. For more details please visit MFA At UCLA.

How Does This Affect Non-MedNet Users?

Campus users without a MedNet ID are not impacted by this change.

Get Help

Need assistance logging in or setting up MFA for your MedNet ID? Call ISS Customer Care, at 310-267-CARE (2273). You can also visit the IT Connect walk-up support center, located in the Center for Health Sciences building (CHS) in the area west of Café Med, next to the vending machines.

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