NEW STUDENT GUIDE TO YOUR STU ACCOUNT
Upon registration, you will receive a username and a temporary password on your registration letter, which you will use to log into STU services, including your STU email.
Your STU account is used to access a number of services. Some services such as Wi-Fi and O365 require your full email address to log in while others such as WebAdvisor and Lab computers require just your username. Your username is the five letters that forms the first part of your email address, before the “@stu.ca”. The initial temporary password for your STU Account is a number contained in your registration package.
To protect your information, you should change your password for your STU Account immediately at stu.ca/password.
Use your STU account, to log into all the services listed below:
- Office365 (includes Email) (https://www.office.com/). O365 includes not only your email, via Outlook, but online versions of several other Microsoft tools including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Teams. On O365 you can also download and install your FREE version of Microsoft Office which will give you access to Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other office tools directly on your laptop or desktop.
- WebAdvisor (https://advisor.stu.ca/). To add and/or drop courses, check your class/exam schedules, print your transcript, access your tax forms and your financial statement.
- Moodle (https://moodle.stu.ca). An online course management system designed for professors to post lecture notes, readings, web quizzes, marks, syllabus and other course materials. It also allows you to send messages to classmates. Click here for a quick tutorial.
- Harriet Irving Library e-services (http://lib.unb.ca). To access the Harriet Irving Library online services from off-campus, login with your STU Account.
- “eduroam” Campus wireless network – The eduroam Wi-Fi network is available throughout campus and on the UNB campus, including the Harriet Irving Library. For instruction on how to connect see https://its.stu.ca/wireless/. Your eduroam Wi-Fi will also work at many Universities across Canada and Internationally – for info about eduroam see https://www.eduroam.org/.
- Lab computers on campus. The main computer lab is in James Dunn Hall, second floor Rm207. More student computers are in the Dr. Daniel O’Brien Study Hall (Margaret McCain Hall, second floor) and the Brian Mulroney Hall Rotunda (Rm. 318).
For all other questions, please contact the IT Help Desk