A student portal is a login page where students can provide a username and password to gain access to an education organization’s programs and other learning-related materials.
University web portals have personalized login for their student, to have access to their academic info.
There are so many different student portal names. Of course, we can’t go through all. We’ll go through the ones with interesting names. You can check out the Student Portal category page for more portals’ names. You can also check out my recent post on the Interesting names of Learning Management Systems.
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UAB Blazernet is the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s student information portal. UAB students can log in to register, check their grades, access UAB canvas, etc.
APSU OneStop is the student information portal for Austin Peay State University students. It gives APSU students complete access to Financial Aid, Course Registration, and Readiness checklist.
CUIMS is the student portal for the students of Chandigarh University in India.
CUIMS stands for Chandigarh University Information Management System.
With Cuims, students will be able to see the latest announcements about their study, university news, etc. They can also see their attendance, fee status on the UIMS.
Acorn UOFT is the Student Information System of the University of Toronto. ACORN stands for Accessible Campus Online Resources Network.
It is a web-based tool that stores all U of T student’s records – academic, personal, and financial. UofT’s Acorn was released to students on June 22, 2015.
CUNYfirst is student information, registration, and administrative system for students of the City University of New York (CUNY).
CUNYFirst stands for City University of New York Fully Integrated Resources and Services Tool.
The university student portal is a CUNY-wide, web-based, system used by all students from Hunter, queens college, Baruch, BMCC, Lehman College, john jay, CUNY city tech, and LaGuardia Community College to register for courses, pay bills, manage personal information, file for graduation and more.
MyMav, the University of Texas at Arlington’s student information system, provides efficient, secure, and user-friendly access to manage virtually every aspect of a student’s college career.
UT Arlington’s Student Information System is used to register, pay your bills, accept your financial aid, add/drop class, check your grades, view your degree audit, and a host of other functions.
My Eagles Online, commonly called “myEOL,” or NCCU EOL is a students portal designed to help North Carolina Central University students, faculty, and staff access their resources.
Carnegie Mellon University’s Student Information Online, CMU SIO is a secure online portal and essential resource CMU students will frequently visit and use throughout their academic career.
Within SIO, students can view grades, QPA, and enrollment status, order CMU transcripts, and verifications plan course schedules, and complete course registration activities (add/drop courses, view waitlist history, etc.).
Students log in using their Andrew userID (AndrewID) and password.
UC Catalyst is the University of Cincinnati student information system. This online resource and student portal is the entry point to your academic record, university billing, financial aid, and more.
StuInfo is a gateway to academic records, resources, and tools at Michigan State University. The Student Information System (SIS) supports students throughout their academic journey at MSU as well as the staff who assist them.
The Queens SOLUS Student Centre is designed to provide Queens University students with the tools to manage all of their academic, financial, contact, and admission details during and after an academic career at Queen’s.
SOLUS is a Gaelic word that means “knowledge and light“. It also stands for “Student On-Line University System.”
EKU Direct is the student portal or connection to campus services at Eastern Kentucky University. These services include activating your EKU email account, registering for classes, obtaining a parking permit, and much more.
ANU ISIS is the Australian National University system that allows students to enroll in courses, view invoices, check grades, confirm graduation eligibility, pay fees, submit commonwealth assistance forms (CAF), maintain personal information.
ISIS stands for Interactive Student Information System.
UMass SPIRE is the University of Massachusetts Amherst’s student information system. It allows students to register for classes, manage housing assignments, university finances, and more.
The SPIRE login page also includes links to other UMass Amherst tools and services (including email, moodle, blackboard, peoplefinder, and the go.umass web app) at the top right of the page.
UWinsite Student is the University of Windsor’s student information platform. It replaced the Student Information System which was commonly known on campus as SIS, Forte, or myUWindsor.ca.
UWinsite Student is built on Campus Solutions, an Oracle PeopleSoft product used at post-secondary institutions across North America and beyond.
UWinsite went live in 2018 after the University of Windsor undertook a multi-year journey to modernize its business processes and replace several core systems with an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system.
It includes modules for student records, admissions, academic advising, convocation, student financials, and financial aid.
SOLAR Stony Brook is the University’s enterprise-wide, self-service system which provides faculty, staff, and students with online access to manage personal information.
SOLAR stands for Student On-Line Access to Records.
Students use Stony Brook University’s SOLAR to register for classes, print schedules, view, and pay bills, update personal contact information, view transcripts, and submit student employment timesheets.
TAMU’s Howdy portal is a comprehensive web portal connecting students, applicants, faculty, staff, parents, and former students to their web-based services at Texas A&M University.
With just one login to Howdy at howdy.tamu.edu, TAMU students can access their university records and other applications.
Alamo ACES portal is a secure portal that provides students, staff, and faculty with access to various applications using a single sign-on.
ACES stands for Alamo Colleges Educational Services.
As an ACES user, you will have access to register for classes, financial aid information, email, library resources, and online courses.
DeakinSync is your online student login portal that gives you access to everything you need at Deakin University.
Deakin college portal is personalized to meet students’ needs throughout their life Deakin University.
Students can access CloudDeakin and StudentConnect via DeakinSync, as well as their email, calendar, Office365, and other productivity and collaboration tools.
UMKC Pathway is the main tool students at the University of Missouri-Kansas City use to register for classes, view grades, and update contact information, among other functions.
SDSU AidLink is a secure online system that gives San Diego State University students 24-hour access to their financial aid records and SDSU scholarship application(s). SDSU students use it to check their email, apply for financial aid, etc.
Curtin OASIS is a secure web portal provided to all Curtin University students. OASIS stands for Online Access to Student Information Services.
Raiderlink is an online campus student portal to link TTU students to the resources they need at Texas Tech University.
TTU Raiderlink portal provides access to Registrar resources such as class registration and grading, TechMail, announcements, leave status, Transportation & Parking Services, and much more.
NYU Albert is a portal to the student information system at New York University. There is also a mobile version of Albert NYU. Students and advisors use Albert to register for courses, check prerequisites, grades, financial aid status, and more.
UTSA ASAP is the student portal that allows access to most student information and academic records at UTSA.
ASAP stands for Automated Student Access Program and is pronounced as “a-sap“. It is the student portal for the students of the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Omnivox Dawson is an online portal service that is used by Dawson College, Canada. This management tool helps students and teachers to have better communication and share documentation. It also provides many online services to students and teachers.
Omnivox is also used by most institutions in Quebec, Canada. Vanier College, Matrix College, Maisonneuve College, Ahuntsic College, garneau College, Edouard College, etc.
CalCentral is an online portal that is used by UC Berkeley students to enroll in classes, pay bills, and claim financial aid.
It brings together student data into a personalized, mobile-friendly dashboard and digital assistant, drawing from dozens of campus sources.
Students, instructors, and staff can check their campus email, UC Berkeley calendar, bCourses, Course Capture, and more from directly within CalCentral.
Wolverine Access is a quick, convenient way for current and prospective University of Michigan students to access password-protected personal university information, including financial aid documents, notices, and student account statements.
University of Michigan students can access the portal with their Uniqname and password.
LionPATH is Penn State University’s student information system. Penn State students use Lionpath to accept financial aid, enroll in classes, pay bills, access transcripts, and much more.